On Wednesday (June 6), Jay-Z and Beyoncé sent the internet into a frenzy when they showed off pictures of themselves holding what appeared to be their twins, Rumi and Sir Carter, during the first night of their On the Run II Tour.

But according to a new report from Buzzfeed, the babies in the photos weren't actually Hov and Bey's children. When asked for confirmation, representatives for the singer said, "It's not." The reps were also asked who the children were but wouldn't reveal their identity.

Beyoncé has shown off the children before, posting in an artistic photo of herself holding the two shortly after giving birth to them. But while Bey has been seen with the kids, Jay has yet to be captured in a photo with them.

After kicking off the On the Run II Tour last night in Cardiff, Wales, the couple will continue touring Europe, making their next stop in Glasgow, Scotland on June 9 and wrapping up on July 17. After that, Hov and Bey will head back to the U.S. on July 25 for a show in Cleveland before making stops in Philadelphia, Chicago, Detroit and more. The North American leg of the OTR II Tour wraps up on Oct. 4 in Seattle.

Check out the remaining dates on the tour below.

Jay-Z and Beyoncé 's European On the Run II Tour Dates

June 9—Glasgow, U.K.—Hampden Park
June 13—Manchester, U.K.—Etihad Stadium
June 15—London, U.L.—London Stadium
June 16—London, U.L.—London Stadium
June 19—Amsterdam, Netherlands—Amsterdam Arena
June 20—Amsterdam, Netherlands—Amsterdam Arena
June 23—Copenhagen, Denmark—Parken Stadium
June 25—Stockholm, Sweden—Friends Arena
June 28—Berlin, Germany—Olympiastadion
June 30 —Warsaw, Poland—Stadion Narodowy
July 3—Cologne, Germany—RheinEnergieStadion
July 6—Milan, Italy—San Siro
July 8—Rome, Italy—Stadio Olimpico
July 11—Barcelona, Spain—Olympic Stadium
July 14—Paris, France—Stade de France
July 15—Paris, France—Stade de France
July 17—Niche, France—Allianz Riviera

Jay-Z and Beyoncé's North American On the Run II Tour Dates

July 25—Cleveland, Ohio—FirstEnergy Stadium
July 27—Washington, D.C.—FedEx Field
July 28—Washington, D.C.—FedEx Field
July 30—Philadelphia, Pa.—Lincoln Financial Field
Aug. 2—East Rutherford, N.J.—MetLife Stadium
Aug. 3—East Rutherford, N.J.—MetLife Stadium
Aug. 5—Boston, Mass.—Gillette Stadium
Aug. 8—Minneapolis, Minn.—US Bank Stadium
Aug. 10—Chicago, Ill.—Soldier Field
Aug. 11—Chicago, Ill.—Soldier Field
Aug. 13—Detroit, Mich.—Ford Field
Aug. 16—Columbus, Ohio—Ohio Stadium
Aug. 18—Buffalo, N.Y.—New Era Field
Aug. 21—Columbia, S.C.—Williams-Brice Stadium
Aug. 23 Nashville, Tenn.—Vanderbilt Stadium
Aug. 25—Atlanta, Ga.—Mercedes Benz Stadium
Aug. 26—Atlanta, Ga.—Mercedes Benz Stadium
Aug. 29—Orlando, Fla.—Camping World Stadium
Aug. 31—Miami, Fla.—Hard Rock Stadium
Sept. 11—Arlington, Texas—AT&T Stadium
Sept. 13—New Orleans, La.—Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Sept. 15—Houston, Texas—NRG Stadium
Sept. 16—Houston, Texas—NRG Stadium
Sept. 19—Phoenix, Ariz.—University of Phoenix Stadium
Sept. 22—Los Angeles, Calif.—Rose Bowl
Sept. 23—Los Angeles, Calif.—Rose Bowl
Sept. 27—San Diego, Calif.—SDCCU Stadium
Sept. 29—Santa Clara, Calif.—Levi’s Stadium
Oct. 2—Vancouver, B.C.—BC Place
Oct. 4–Seattle, Wash.–CenturyLink Field

See Jay-Z and Beyonce Kick Off On the Run II World Tour in U.K.

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