As part of an emotional year-in-review video, which summarized the bizarre journey of 2020Beyoncé featured unseen footage of her twins Rumi and Sir.

The video, which begins with a countdown to the 2020 New Year, shows the queen riding a golf cart, accompanied by the twins. 

"How do you feel about your summer this year? Did you have a good summer? Yeah? What'd you do," Bey asked her baby girl, Rumi, in the clip.

Rumi and Sir are featured in the video wearing clothes from Ivy Park's collaboration with Adidas, Harper's Bazaar reported

The video also highlights the artist's humanitarian work throughout the year, including her BeyGOOD initiative, which spearheaded COVID-19 testing efforts and support for Black businesses during the pandemic, as well as the singer's leadership in voting advocacy and activism during the Black Lives Matter protests.

"Cheers to a New Year Beyhive," the Grammy Award-winning artist captioned her video. "2020 divided us and united us. Most could not see loved ones and we felt too many losses, but we were united by our humanity. This year for me has been about celebrating joy, chasing happiness, and living in love."

The "Drunk In Love" singer saluted healthcare workers and extended well-wishes to everyone for the new year.

"As we all look forward and pray for new beginnings, my wish for you is that you honor yourself and those you love," she wrote. "Celebrate that you are an important individual who contributes to our beautiful collective. Here's to a better and brighter 2021."

The twin's big sister, Blue Ivy, who became one of the youngest Grammy nominees in history, was also featured in the video, which showed a clip of the young artist recording "Brown Skin Girl."

Beyoncé's BeyGOOD Small Business Impact, which has helped more than 250 businesses, now plans to donate an additional $5,000 grants to 100 individuals who have been financially impacted by COVID-19.

"Beyoncé is continuing her heart of support and helping where needed most," the BeyGOOD foundation stated in a press release. "Phase Two of the BeyGOOD Impact Fund will now help those impacted by the housing crisis. The housing moratorium is set to end on December 26th, resulting in mortgage foreclosures and rental evictions. Many families are impacted, due to the pandemic that resulted in job loss, sickness, and overall economic downturn." 

While the recently posted video celebrates her 2020 wins, Beyoncé did make it clear that she also considered last year to be very much a trainwreck as evidence by the fun necklace charms she gifted her girlfriends to commemorate the widely criticized year, as Blavity previously reported