The 5 Most Intimate Beyonce & Jay Z Moments Revealed in 'Lemonade'

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Looks like Beyonce and Jay Z may be "down to ride 'til the very end" after all.

The 34-year-old singer premiered her new visual album, Lemonade, on HBO Saturday night, which seemingly touched on alleged marital problems.

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In the hour-long special, dubbed as a "worldwide premiere event," Beyoncé shared the deeply personal story of a scorned lover (the "baddest woman in the game") who was cheated on but ultimately found a way to forgive her "beautiful man." The film is a rollercoaster of emotions, as Beyoncé turns rage to redemption in the provocative visuals, which were perfectly matched with fiery lyrics about love, infidelity and empowerment.

Back in 2014, rumors started swirling that Jay Z had cheated on Bey following an infamous elevator fight with his sister-in-law, Solange. And although she doesn't officially confirm that her journey in Lemonade is about her own life, it's hard to believe it's just a coincidence, as many fans speculated.

Here are the five most intimate moments from Lemonade that seem to prove their relationship is all good:

1. Jay Z actually made a cameo.

The fact that the rapper appeared in the video, sweetly cuddling up to Beyoncé in "Reformation," seemed to refute any rumors of a divorce announcement -- which was a serious thought many fans shared via Twitter while analyzing the cryptic film prior to his cameo.

"I know I promised that I couldn't stay," Beyoncé sang. "But every promise don't work out that way."

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2. 'Til death do us part.

In between scenes, the film featured cutaways to home videos of Beyoncé and her family. One of the highlights was when a rare clip from their beautiful April 2008 wedding appeared on the screen, which showed the two kissing.

Another cutaway included footage of Jay Z's grandmother, Hattie White, giving a speech about forgiveness and finding the strength to patch things back together when the going gets rough. "I had my ups and downs, but I always found the inner strength to pull myself up," she explained. "I was served lemons, but I made lemonade."

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3. A reminder that they're permanently inked.


The video also showed footage of the pair getting matching "IV" tattoos on their ring fingers. The ink represents their mutual favorite number, birthdays (Beyonce was born on Sept. 4 while Jay Z's birthday is Dec. 4), and the day they got married (April 4).

4. Looking back on Bey's beautiful pregnancy.

While you can't actually see Jay Z in this throwback clip, it's implied that he was most likely the one behind the camera (or at the very least in the room!), recording a cute moment of his wife showing off her belly while she was pregnant with their now 4-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy.

5. Blue Ivy's sweet birthday party.


In one of the cutest, most private moments in Lemonade, Beyoncé and Jay Z adorably celebrated Blue Ivy's birthday with an intimate party, looking more in love than ever as they exchanged smiles and sincere gazes.

All of the flashback footage, paired with Bey's forgiving lyrics, ultimately seems to prove they've been able to overcome any of their rumored differences.

"With every tear came redemption," she sings in "Redemption." "My torturer became my remedy. So we're going to heal, we're going to start again."

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