Beyonce And Jay-Z's Plans Of Adopting A Baby, To Save Marriage?

Beyonce and Jay-Z are rumored to have plans to adopt a baby as an addition to their family of three but there are speculations that the said adoption is a chance at saving their dwindling marriage.

News of top stars Beyonce and Jay-Z’s plans of adopting a baby has been going around and it has come as a surprise but somehow people saw it coming. Beyonce and Jay-Z got married in 2008 and their relationship has been widely commended and usually talked about. They publicly display affections for each other even during live performances, which made fans root for the couple. Beyonce and Jay-Z has a daughter named Blue Ivy Carter, aged 4 and born on January 7.

Beyonce and Jay-Z have always been open about their relationship, even to the extent of making personal announcements like Beyonce’s pregnancy in public. Just recently, Beyonce and Jay-Z’s marriage were threatened when rumors circulated of them splitting up and eventually resorting to divorce. The rumors also said that Beyonce’s latest album, “Lemonade” was actually dedicated to her husband, Jay-Z, and his cheating antics.

The split rumors between Beyonce and Jay-Z were slammed when the couple just reportedly announced plans of adopting a baby. The rumors of divorce could have been true but Beyonce has disclosed that in the couple’s darkest hour, the decision to have plans of adopting a baby have given them and their marriage a second chance to make things work. Beyonce and Jay-Z’s plans of adopting a baby is clearly telling the world that the couple has no plans to divorce and that their marriage is going strong.

Beyonce and Jay-Z’s plans of adopting a baby was put into light when they decided they wanted a bigger family and that they wanted their daughter to have someone to play and grow with. Singers Beyonce and Jay-Z has yet to finalize whether or not they’ll push through with their plans of adoption.

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