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First Public Photos Of Blue Ivy Carter Go Online

11:01 AM Saturday 2/11/12 |   |

She's been a sensation since she's been born, and now Blue Ivy has made her public debut.

  • Blue Ivy

    In this undated image released by Beyonce.com, Beyonce Knowles holds her daughter Blue Ivy in a recent family photo.

    (AP Photo/Ed Burke for Beyonce.com)

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Five photos of the 1-month-old were posted by her parents – Beyoncé and Jay-Z – on a page at the blogging service Tumblr.

The pictures at http://helloblueivycarter.tumblr.com include a close-up of the baby and two of each parent holding her. Blue Ivy is their first child.

A statement next to the photos reads, "We welcome you to share our joy." The couple also thanked the public for respecting their privacy.

Beyoncé and Jay-Z are the latest celebrities to shun big bucks from the tabloid press for exclusive rights to baby pictures and instead post the photos on a public website for free. Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon debuted their twins in the same way last year.


Comments

  1. jaredoliveira wrote:

    05:42 PM, Feb 11, 2012

    How did they make an Asian baby?



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