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is apparently getting ready to give birth. Rumor has it, the “Single Ladies” hitmaker is moving into a rental house located just minutes from Cedars Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles.

According to a source close to Beyonce and ‘s family, the move near the delivery room is a huge indication that the C-section will be very, very soon. Jay-Z reportedly gets stressed out even before the move. “He’s been super frantic!” says the source.

The family is reportedly under pressure as they doesn’t have a permanent home right now. “Beyonce has already decided that the twins will be born at Cedars, and she wants Jay-Z to have a house for them to return to when they leave, not a hotel,” the source tells , “[She] wants everything to be perfect and things keep going wrong. And this move near the hospital will make her delivery so much easier, she thinks.”

Another source claims that Beyonce worries her estranged father Matthew Knowles will show up when she gives birth. “She is fearful that he’ll show up uninvited like he did with [their five-year-old daughter] Blue,” the source tells , “She doesn’t want him anywhere nearby on her special day. She fully expects everything to be perfect as they become a family of five.”

Bey’s mother, Tina Lawson, will be in charge of “keeping the hospital staff on their toes” that day, so her father won’t come in. The source explains, “She isn’t easy to get along with, and she will be even more demanding than Beyonce. Jay knows to let her take over and stay out of her way.”

The source adds, “[They] prepared an A and a B team as decoys to confuse photographers and fans, and everyone signed confidentiality agreements. Jay and Beyonce have also been arguing with the hospital about the use of security cameras. Jay doesn’t want cameras in the room, hallways or elevators, which is an impossible request. They also made a plan to have everything fully catered so they don’t have to socialize in the hospital.”

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