It's been just two days, but the internet is already crazy in love with the irreplaceable Blue Ivy Carter, the daughter born to Beyoncé and Jay-Z over the weekend in New York City. And with her mega-watt parentage, it's no surprise Blue has been welcomed into the Hollywood fold by the likes of Rihanna, Gwyneth Paltrow and Diddy, securing herself a place in the upper echelon of the famous-baby pantheon. (And, gosh, what an adorable pantheon that is.)
We, however, don't think the littlest Carter should rest on her laurels just yet. Sure, she's less than a week old, but it's never too early to star contemplating world domination. (Suri Cruise already has a five-year advantage!) To wit, we have a few suggestions for collaborations with other adorable star offspring that we'd like to see come to fruition within the next 25 years or so...
The partner: Suri
The project: Carter & Cruise clothing line
Fashion's in their blood. Mom Beyoncé has her funky cool clothing line House of Dereon with mother Tina Knowles, while Katie collaborated with stylist Jeanne Yang for their Holmes & Yang label. We envision Carter & Cruise as a hip-hop/preppy fusion that will take the 2030s by storm.
The partner: Apple Martin
The project: The newsletter "ABI"
Okay, there may not be such a thing as a "newsletter" by 2037, but if there is, Blue and Gwyn's kiddo Apple will surely have a lot of wisdom to impart to Generation Z about healthy living. For starters, put down those 12th generation iPads and get some exercise!
The partner: Moroccan or Monroe Cannon
The project: The hit single, "You're My Hero, Single Lady"
Mariah and Beyoncé have yet to duet on a chart-topping track, but that doesn't mean their offspring shouldn't. We're still trying to determine which of the Cannon twins inherited their mama's mean pipes, but we have a feeling one of them could make beautiful music with Blue.
The partner: Zahara Jolie-Pitt
The project: The Beyoncé Knowles biopic
Who better to portray Beyoncé on the big screen than her own daughter? With her sassy, paparazzi-baiting ways, we envision Zahara as the Kelly Rowland to Blue's Beyonce. It's destiny, child.