She has kept them away from the spotlight since their birth in April.
But Mariah Carey is about to debut her twins Monroe and Moroccan for the first time in a new interview with Barbara Walters for ABC's 20/20 this Friday night.
In a sneak peek, which doesn't show the babies' faces, the 41-year-old is seen cooing over her children after opening the doors of the New York City home she shares with husband Nick Cannon.
In the interview, the babies appear to already be emulating their parents style.
Little girl Monroe is seen wearing a white puffy dress, while Moroccan looks adorable in a suave camel-coloured blazer.
During their chat with Walters, the super star couple discuss all things parenthood, revealing that the twins already have been given the nicknames 'Roc and Roe.'
Hard-hitting Barbara also fires some pretty personal questions at Mariah during the sit-down.
When asked whether she trusts her husband of just three years, Mariah is seen cheekily answering: 'Sometimes!', while Nick jokingly protests to the side.
Since the couple's babies' arrival, fans have yet to see whether the youngsters look like the actor or their singer mother.
The only photo the couple have released was of Monroe with a hand covering her face.
Mariah tweeted the picture, with the comment: 'This is baby Monroe saying "no pictures dahhhhling" at 7+1/2 weeks..oh dear :)'
Mariah and Nick welcomed the twins on April 30.
Mariah recently admitted that pregnancy was tough on her, saying: 'My body went through so much - you have to keep those twins in as long as possible, but it's a sacrifice you make for them.'
Nick also recently said that his children's personalities were already showing through, with Monroe a lot like her famous mother.
'My daughter is a diva. My son is laid back. When he wakes up, he wakes up smiling. He'll wait for a minute and if he's hungry, he'll let you know.
'My daughter is just instant, she goes in and will not stop crying til you give her what she wants. It's like sleep and then screaming.
'My daughter is just on one all the time.'