By now, you've certainly heard the news that Jay Z cheated on Beyonce.
After all, you'd have go back to the infidelities of Zeus or William Jefferson Clinton to find an affair that's been so thoroughly documented, rhapsodized, scrutinized, and bemoaned.
First, Bey told us the tale of "Becky With the Good Hair" on her Lemonade album, one of the most stirring chronicles of a scorned spouse's emotional roller coaster ride in recent memory.
Shortly thereafter, Jay admitted to cheating and thoroughly abased himself on his 4:44 album.
He later claimed that his infidelity made him a better person, but since Queen Bey has chosen to ignore that foolishness, we will as well.
In the months since the Carter kingdom nearly came crumbling down, Jay and Bey have worked hard to restore trust and rebuild their relationship.
And now it seems they want their loyal subjects to know that the royal couple of hip-hop is still reigning supreme together.
Last night, Jay and Bey kicked off their On the Run II in Cardiff in the U.K.
The concert featured a short film that seemed to be created for the sole purpose of demonstrating to fans that all is well in Carter Land.
The montage showed Jay and Beyonce renewing their vows and holding babies while a series of Hallmark-y affirmations flashed on the screen:
“THIS IS REAL LOVE” “LOVE IS UNIVERSAL” and “LOVE NEVER CHANGES," they read.
We get it, you guys!
Damn, y'all are like one of those couples on Facebook that gets a joint account and posts constant love memes after one of them gets caught sleeping around.
This is the A-list celebrity equivalent of your broke friend constantly posting quotes from Warren Buffett and Bill Gates.
So yes, the montage featured lots of showy confirmations that Jay and Bey are very much still in love.
It also featured something much more hilarious -- stunt babies!
“At the end of the show the Carter babies were included in a family collage [however] the babies in the film clip at the beginning were not their children,” a source close to the couple tells People magazine.
It's an interesting detail that's left some fans with a big question:
Is Jay and Bey's reconciliation as fake as their onscreen offspring?!