Jay-Z and Beyonce are making sure no one cashes in on their baby's good name. The R&B/hip-hop power couple filed an application on Jan. 26 with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to protect Blue Ivy's name, reports the Washington Post. The trademark will help reserve her name for a future line of baby carriages, baby cosmetics, diaper bags and kids apparel.
An outfit called the Jingle Punks Hipster Orchestra has recorded a sweet lullaby for Blue Ivy Carter that creatively weaves together relaxing, instrumental string arrangements of several hit songs by the baby's parents, Beyonce and Jay-Z.
Blue Ivy just hit the (god) motherload … Again. She's barely three-weeks-old and the world's most famous little girl has already been featured on a Billboard-charting song and has been much discussed in the media. Now, word is that her beautiful, famous and bootylicious mama Beyonce and proud papa Jay-Z have selected the former queen of daytime talk TV Oprah Winfrey as Blue's godmother.
Actress and mom Jessica Alba has advice for new parents Beyonce and Jay-Z: Sell Blue Ivy's first photos! While one could easily assume celebs like Alba sell their baby's pictures for a payday, there's actually a very different reason behind these types of arrangements.
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