10. That time they woke up in the kitchen saying, “How the hell did this sh*t happen?” (Oh baby.)


1. That time their family Halloween costumes were on point.

Coming to America�

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11. That time they looked like they were jumping on the moon (+ probably were ‘cas that’s how they roll.)

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They had us Crazy in Love, and they still have us Drunk in Love. They are the coolest of the cool. Bey + Hov, thank you for the endless #MarriageGoals you provide us over and over again.

We bow down. ?

6. Every time they look fly AF on the red carpet.

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2. When they go on family boat rides together.

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8. When they get all cozy.

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3. That time they were hat twins.

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12. That time they were laughing courtside + we wanted to be in on the joke.

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13. That time Jay-Z + Blue presented Beyoncé with her Video Vanguard Award at the MTV Video Awards.

17. That time we wondered how they stole the dance routine (+outfit!) we do with our husbands after the kids go to bed.

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16. When Bey told Jay that he needs a real woman in his life. (That’s a good look.)

4. When they prom pose for us.

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14. That time we were mad ‘cas they’re so fresh.

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5. So crazy right now.

7. When they pose like this with their Grammy Awards.

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9. That time they found their doppelgängers.

Haaaaaaaaaaa��

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15. WHEN THEY DO THIS ON STAGE TOGETHER.

Drunk in Love @HBO

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