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Beyoncé and Jay-Z Welcome Daughter Blue Ivy

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Well she’s here. One of the most talked about babies before she was even born, the daughter of Beyoncé and Jay-Z, has arrived!

Blue Ivy Carter was welcomed into the world late Saturday by the Grammy-winning couple, who announced they were expecting at the MTV VMA’s in 2011. If you remember, it wasn’t just revealed in an interview, but of course Beyoncé made an entrance out of her baby bump by working it on the red carpet.

So what’s in the name? According to PEOPLE, the number four and blue seem to be very significant to the fabulous couple. Jay-Z’s birthday is Dec. 4, while his wife’s is Sept. 4 and her recent album is ironically called “4.” They were also married on April 4, 2008.

Beyoncé’s hubby has three albums with “blueprint” in the title: “The Blueprint,” The Blueprint 2: The Gift & The Curse” and “The Blueprint 3.” They definitely gave some thought and meaning to their baby girl’s name.

When it comes to their first-born, they also took her health into account before giving birth. It was announced by US Weekly that the two went partially vegan to eat healthy and to help Beyoncé avoid gaining too much weight.

Wonder if they’ll go fully vegan now that their little bundle of joy is here? They’ll certainly need the energy for all those late nights and feedings.

Congrats to the lucky duo!

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