While Beyoncé and Jay Z seem to be the epitome of marital bliss at the moment, just one year ago the happy couple was plagued by divorce rumors following the release of the singer’s hit album “Lemonade.”

The album was first made available for online streaming on April 23, 2016, through Tidal, but on April 25, 2016, “Lemonade” was widely available for purchase via retailers like iTunes and Amazon.

Several tracks on the album immediately garnered attention, resulting in rumors that Jay Z was unfaithful to Beyoncé during their marriage.

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For example, many believe “Sorry” was about designer Rachel Roy because of the line, “He better call Becky with the good hair.” The designer initially made light of the speculation by sharing an Instagram post about good hair but began to receive threats from Beyoncé’s fan base known as the Beyhive. Things got so bad that the designer released a statement denying that she tried to interfere with the couple’s marriage.

On “Sorry,” Beyoncé also mentioned that she “had enough” and that at one point she regretted the night she “put that ring on,” which is assumed to be her wedding ring.

In “Hold Up,” she seemingly accused Jay Z of walking all over her when all she ever tried to do was love him. However, despite being mistreated, she insists that they are soul mates. “But y’all know we were made for each other /So I find you and hold you down,” the lyrics read.

In “Don’t Hurt Yourself,” Beyoncé makes it known that she can move on to a new relationship quickly and seemingly gives her husband one last chance. “This is your final warning / You know I give you life,” she sings. The singer then warns if he ever mistreats her again, “You gon’ lose your wife,” she says ending the song.

Despite “Lemonade,” seemingly being an album about their failing marriage, Beyoncé’s father Matthew Knowles told Us Weekly that the songs on the album weren’t based on the couple’s relationship. “People want to make it about her,” he said.

“Maybe she dug deep and made it about something we all could relate to,” he added.

However, sources told the publication that there are parts of the album that reflect the couple’s relationship. “It explains how she and Jay got through their problems. The good outweighed the bad, so she gave him a second chance,” the insiders said.

If there were any marriage troubles between the two, it is clear they couple has moved passed it. Earlier this year, Beyoncé announced the couple is expecting twins.

“We would like to share our love and happiness. We have been blessed two times over. We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for your well wishes,” a January Instagram post read.

To celebrate the one-year anniversary of the “Lemonade” release, Beyoncé announced the Formation Scholars awards on April 25. Intended for the 2017-2018 academic year, the scholarship is meant to “encourage and support young women who are unafraid to think outside the box and are bold, creative, conscious and confident,” the statement reads.

The scholarship will be awarded to four female students, but they must attend one of the four participating institutions: Berklee College of Music, Howard University, Parsons School of Design or Spelman College.

Despite the divorce rumors and the wildly successful “Lemonade” album that further fueled reports of the couple’s demise, it is clear that Beyoncé and Jay Z have left the past behind and are focused on the future.