Beyonce’s first born may have only just turned one, but she already has her own ‘pad’ at the New York stadium
Beyonce and Jay-Z’s daughter, Blue Ivy may be celebrating her first birthday today, but when you’ve super-famous and super-rich parents of the Knowles/Carter variety, it appears every day is a celebration.
BEYONE GOES FROM GORGEOUS TO GOOFY AT NYE GIG
So much so the celebrity tot is lavished with luxury wherever she goes as it’s revealed Blue Ivy has her very own nursery suite at the Barclays Center in New York. With Beyonce and Jay-Z’s combined worth of $750million (£467 million) it makes perfect sense to create ultimate comfort for your offspring whenever you head to the stadium.
And that’s fairly frequently, the couple are regularly seen courtside at basketball games held there and Jay-Z did eight shows at the venue last year.
The suite costs a cool $1million (£623,000) a year to rent and US Weekly report it is ‘filled with toys’. It’s believed the interior is predominantly glass and also features a giant TV so Blue Ivy can watch her parents on the big screen.
Of course the nursery suite simply adds to Blue Ivy’s elaborate collection of extortionate possessions that already include a $16,000 (£10,000) high chair designed by Carla Monchen lined with Swarovski crystals as well as a porcelain baby bath also studded with crystals by Lori Gardner.
We wonder how they’ll match these gifts for Blue Ivy’s second birthday…
What do you make of Beyonce's baby Blue Ivy’s nursery suite at the Barclays Center? If you had the money would you do the same? Let us know below.
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