Inside Beyonce's lavish €48m Malibu mansion - where the twins are spending their first weeks in LA
Beyonce and Jay Z's twins are kick starting their little lives in ultimate luxury, as the family have retreated to a €48m beach side mansion to enjoy their first few weeks with the new arrivals.
The power couple are currently residing in the 10-bedroom mansion in Malibu, Los Angeles, which is setting them back an incredible €355k to rent per month.
The luxury home offers unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean and boasts more than six acres of exquisitely landscaped gardens, a tennis court as well as both outdoor and indoor pools.
La Villa Contenta is typically a gated estate, with a huge emphasis on privacy, concealed by high security gages and tall native trees.
The Malibu home is made up of a grand main house, along with an adjacent guest house, as well as a line of fully equipped offices and meeting rooms.
The Carters' temporary digs also boasts an ornate ball room, should they wish to host a welcome party for their twins, rumoured to have been born earlier this month.
The couple are clearly in the market for a new home and are said to have placed a bid on a $135m home in Hollywood's Bel Air in April, which is part of the property portfolio of Irish developer Tyrone McKillen and designed by Irish architect Paul McClean.
The couple have yet to confirm the arrival of their twins, but the Lemonade singer was absent from Sunday's BET Viewers' Choice Awards, where a gong was accepted on her behalf.
In a statement read at the ceremony, Beyonce did not comment on the new members of her brood, but thanked her family, including Blue Ivy (5) for their support.
"Thank you to my mother, Tina Knowles Lawson, for being my biggest, biggest teacher and consistent influence. Thank you to my entire family for so much love," the statement read.
The family looks set to remain in their Malibu hideaway for the coming months, but the celebrity property remains on the Los Angeles real estate market.
The property is currently listed on Zoopla for $54.5m (€48.4m).