Last week, a child was quietly born on Instagram.

And by that, we mean there was an official account created for Destiny's Child, the R&B supergroup of the late '90s and early '00s that launched Beyoncé to superstardom.

“Girl” became the fifth Destiny’s Child single to earn a gold record from the RIAA on this day in 2005. #destinyschild #dc #girlgroup #girl #rnb #destinyfulfilled

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Although there are only three entries so far, that was apparently enough to get fans to start saying their name again — and speculating the trio is laying the groundwork for a possible reunion.

Plus, everyone — the media especially — loves an anniversary and they have two coming up. The band's 20th is next year and their first eponymous album will be 20 on Feb. 17, 2018.

Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams famously joined Bey for a short set during her 2013 Super Bowl halftime show, which Billboard says spiked a 197% increase in Destiny's Child album sales. So the interest is clearly there, too.

Skip to the 7:27 mark for a reminder of just how Bootylicious the trio has always been.