According to her former manager, the 'Single Ladies' hitmaker is following in her mother's footsteps when it comes to saving her marriage to her husband.
Beyonce Knowles' second pregnancy has been rumored to be a part of her plan to save her marriage to Jay-Z. And now, her former manager Bryan "Kenny" Moore reveals what might happen between the famous pair.
According to Kenny, Beyonce is following her mother Tina Knowles' footsteps when it comes to saving her marriage to her husband. "It's the same thing [Beyonce's] mom did," he tells Radar Online, "She fought tooth and nail to hold on to that marriage, and Beyonce is cut from same cloth. She's not going to let anything beat her, not even marriage."
He continues, "All I know from the past, is how her parents were. Tina and Matthew fought hard to stay together over the years, I admired them, but I guess things then got out of hand. They were always fighters and loved each other."
Kenny hopes Beyonce and Jay-Z's relationship will get better when their twins are born. "I pray that the babies make their relationship stronger. I would want nothing more than her and Jay-Z to go off into the sunset, be happy, and become grandparents one day," he shares, "Two more babies would be perfect for her. She always worked hard and played hard. She's done everything she's needed to do, but she'll remain on top with her music, she's a smart girl."
"I know Beyonce, and she'll figure it out. She'll find a way to make sure her kids don't suffer, and her fans don't suffer either. I think she'll do the Celine Dion thing and keep working, but make time to be the best mom she can be. She's already doing a great job with Blue Ivy," he adds.
According to Queen Bey's former manager, the singer wouldn't need to do IVF, despite rumors to the contrary. "There are some twins in her family, through her cousins I believe," he explains, before adding, "For at least one of the twins to be a boy would be amazing. There are a lot of girls in her family, a boy would be a good addition and Jay-Z would be happy."