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Mom Hilariously Recreates Beyonce's Viral Photo With Newborn Twins

(Sharon Kellaway) (Sharon Kellaway)

Watch out Beyoncé!

One Irish mom made her own rendition of the photo Beyoncé released with her 1-month-old twins, Rumi and Sir Carter, this week on Instagram.

Read: After Birth of Twins, Beyonce and Jay-Z Renting 10-Bedroom Malibu Mansion for $400G a Month

 

Sir Carter and Rumi 1 month today. 🙏🏽❤️👨🏽👩🏽👧🏽👶🏾👶🏾

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Sharon Kellaway, 40, who is a mother of five, took to Facebook to share the hilarious re-make with her own twins, Zoe and Senan.

"I wonder how many photos Beyoncé had to get through to get the right one," Kellaway wrote on a the Facebook post she shared with the original photos.

Kellaway said she used the twins’ blanket and a veil that she found in her 6-year-old daughter’s dress up box as props for the pictures.

The photos, which were also taken by her 6-year-old in the family’s backyard, were a joke.

“Twas just a bit of crack for my friends,” Kellaway told InsideEdition.com in an email.

She also said she thought the photoshopped pictures of the superstar with her newborns were not the greatest example of what it is really like to have twins.

“Beyoncés photos were just so unrealistic. Quite fond of her as a celeb but come on that's not reality! She will never know the reality of twins,” Kellaway said, alluding to the fact that the Grammy-award singer will always have more than enough help with the children.

Read: Crazy in Love: Beyonce Officially Reveals Names of Newborn Twins in Stunning Instagram Post

Kellaway said she wasn’t expecting the photos to go viral, but since she shared them, they’ve been liked almost 300 times.

“I thought it would be seen by family and friends only. Then they asked me to make my posts public and it spiraled from there,” Kellaway added.

Watch: Beyonce Finally Posts the First Photo of Her Twins: Sir and Rumi

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