According to the publication, the star has decided against a hospital birth and has had "an entire professional neonatal wing shipped into the couple's rented property."
Beyonce, 35, is expected to give birth to twins by her husband Jay-Z, 47 soon—to join their daughter Blue Ivy, 5.
The singer announced her pregnancy in February.
Beyonce recently flaunted her enormous pregnancy belly at her baby shower.
Now, the Mail Online has reported that a "van full of high-tech kit have been seen arriving at the mansion over recent days."
And as Radar has reported, a source said of the "Lemonade" diva, "she really wants to have her babies at home in Los Angeles."
A neighbor quoted by Mail Online said, "It is all about privacy and safety. It's not usual for someone expecting twins to have them at home, but Beyoncé has discussed it with her doctors.
"She's in prime physical condition and they are setting up a professional maternity unit inside the house for the birth.
"There will also be an ambulance on standby to take her to Cedars-Sinai Hospital should she or the babies need hospital care.
"Jay Z can be seen going in and out of the property but Beyoncé is lying low," the neighbor reportedly said.
Beyonce gave birth to Blue Ivy in New York's Lenox Hill hospital in 2012.
According to reports in the Sun, at that time some patients complained after the star couple rented out an entire floor and that their "entourage were heavy handed" and wouldn't let visitors inside the hospital.
The source said Beyonce and Jay Z were "upset" at the "negative publicity" and so she has decided to have a home birth for the twins.
"Of course, she has a team of medical staff advising her and, should her doctors say she needs to move to hospital, then that is what will happen," an insider added.
Beyonce told her Instagram followers in February the sensational news that she and Jay-Z were expecting a double dose of happiness with twins. The pregnant star earlier had a health crisis, Radar sources said, but now she's rocking a big bump!
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