My hive is an over wintered nuc that I received last year about the start of summer where I am. The hive had problems building up honey stores and expanding into the hive. Was fortunate enough to feed them enough to over winter. However the main problem now is that I see very little brood but the hive size seems to be increasing well enough for now. When I went out today I saw 2 developed queen cells and a few, no more than 3, "teacups". I haven't been able to find my queen and am wondering if I should let the hive supersede on its terms or should I destroy the cells in case they are swarm cells. I have actually never seen this queen while at my place, I am a first year with little queen spotting experience and think that this queen is a hider, the person I bought from said that she was one of those queens that is a hider and very hard to spot so I have been going off of laid eggs as a reference of the queen still being there. The hive has good honey stores for now and was wondering if these queen cells are swarm cells or not swarm cells. Both developed on a frame where the comb made a sort of trapezoid shape with both being on one of the slanted edges. the hive has fully expanded into 10 frames and drawn out maybe 5 or 6. Any and all thoughts are appreciated.