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Blue Ivy Carter's "First Baby Photos"

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Beyonce and Blue Ivy Carter! Or is it?

The public may be waiting in anticipation for the first photos of Beyonce and Jay-Z’s daughter Blue Ivy Carter, but until then some very creative fans have put together a set of photos that may or may not look like the infamous newborn.

Some of these photos are hilarious and some are just downright awful! But, of course, each photo was made in good fun and we will treat them as such.

In case you’re wondering what Blue Ivy Carter may look like, take a look at the set of photos below. And be forewarned, some may be too scary for the little ones!


  • Mother and Daughter 1 of 6
    Mother and Daughter
    Here was "the first photo of Beyonce and her newborn baby." Obviously, Beyonce's face was pulled from an older photo and made into a fake.
  • First Year 2 of 6
    First  Year
    Someone tried to morph Beyonce and Jay-Z's faces together here to try and see what Blue Ivy may look like.
  • Grown Teen 3 of 6
    Grown Teen
    This is just Jay-Z's face with Beyonce's hair. Creative or not?
  • Newborn 4 of 6
    Newborn
    So cute, yet I'm a little scared.
  • Peaceful 5 of 6
    Peaceful
    This one is a bit better looking, but I think the baby won't look much like either of the parents. It'll be a perfect blend between the two of them, or Jay-Z and the real mother.
  • Stages 6 of 6
    Stages
    Here is a funny set of photos where each parent is enjoying time with Blue Ivy. Too bad they are all fake!
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[Photos via Twitter.]

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