News: Gwyneth Paltrow Predicts Blue Ivy Carter's Future, "She's Going To Be..."
Tuesday, Feb 28, 2012 11:33AM
Music couple Jay-Z and Beyonce Knowles-Carter's newborn daughter cannot even speak her first words but continues to gain mainstream press with Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow predicting Blue Ivy's future.
Paltrow, who shares a close friendship with Young Hov, said Blue Ivy is destined for greatness.
Like mother, like daughter! Gwyneth Paltrow, 39, tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that Beyonce, 30, and 42-year-old Jay-Z's little daughter Blue Ivy is a star in the making! "For sure, she is going to be an entertainer," Gwyneth tells HollywoodLife.com at the Governor's Ball on Feb. 26. "She just has this glow around her like her mother." And the actress says the first-time parents are doing a great job at raising Blue. "Beyonce is doing great," Gwyneth reveals. "She's just a natural at being a mom. And Blue Ivy is stunning, she has the most beautiful eyes." (Hollywood Life)
Following Blue Ivy's birth last month, Paltrow was one of many celebrities giving a congratulatory reaction.
"Welcome to the world Blue! We love you already.," she tweeted Sunday. (Gwyneth Paltrow's Twitter)
Over the weekend, the newborn baby was spotted with her parents in New York.
Beyoncé and Jay-Z were spotted earlier this afternoon taking their daughter Blue Ivy Carter out for what appears to be the newborn's first time outside. The proud parents were observed entering Sant Ambroeus restaurant in New York City's West Village area on Saturday. (Miss Info TV)
Around mid-February, Jay and Bey unveiled their newborn baby's photos.
Rapper Jay-Z and wife Beyonce unveiled highly-anticipated pictures of their new baby daughter Blue Ivy Carter on Friday, opting to post intimate family shots on social networking site Tumblr rather than selling them to the highest bidder. The couple posted five photos which show the newborn, already sporting a head of long black hair, being cuddled by her proud parents and capturing intimate moments of family life. (Reuters)