JAY-Z and Beyonce are taking full proof of safety from coronavirus spread. On June 19, the power couple flew in via private jet to the East Hampton airport in New York and were wearing their protective face masks even while they got off their plane. Bey, 38, held in her arms Rumi, their three-year-old daughter, as Jay, 50, kept on to Sir, her twin brother.
In the first new images showing the entire Carter family on the move since the COVID-19 quarantine started in March, the couple’s eldest kid, daughter Blue Ivy, eight, walked up the stairs behind her mom. Bey then delighted her fans later that evening with a brand new single entitled “Black Parade” for the Juneteenth holiday.
Bey looked casual in a perfect outfit for travel. She wore her own Ivy Park brand baggy sweatshirt, with the hood pulled up over her forehead to go as incognito as possible. The “Formation” singer wore dark sunglasses that were barely visible under the hood and covered her face with a grey protection mask. Jay was travel-ready with his attire as well. He wore a long-sleeved dark navy shirt and matching loose navy sweatpants while carrying Sir in his arms.
The couple landed on the Juneteenth holiday in the Hamptons, which embraces the liberation of the last remaining US slaves in 1865. She shared a Juneteenth message with fans on her Instagram page after Bey showed up, encouraging them to shop through a link to her website at a variety of Black-owned businesses.
She also ended up promoting a new album entitled “Black Parade.” “Happy Juneteenth Weekend! I hope we continue to share joy and celebrate each other, even in the midst of struggle. Please continue to remember our beauty, strength and power,” her caption reads.
Meanwhile, in addition to her new song, Juneteenth Day was the perfect time for Beyonce to even launch the Black Parade business initiative.