Jay-Z, Beyoncé’s Blue Ivy Has Million-Dollar Suite At Barclays Center

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As expected, Blue Ivy (pictured throughout), the daughter of famed performers Beyoncé  and Jay-Z (pictured below), reportedly has a million-dollar playroom at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, reports the Daily Mail.

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The pampered baby girl, who turns 1 on Monday, gets to chill out in a huge basement suite that is reportedly filled with all of her gear and toys. The lounge, which cost $1 million a year to rent, goes by the name of “The Vault” and is reportedly the most-expensive of all of the center’s 11 available VIP spaces.

jayblueThe space, which is said to be made of mostly glass, also has a champagne bar and a  jumbo TV screen that streams in any of the basketball games or performances that takes place on Barclay’s stage.

Blue Ivy has reportedly been showered with all that is golden since she entered this world.  Both Beyoncé and Jay-Z are among the most-wealthiest performers on the planet, with Beyonce being worth about $300 million and Jay-Z being worth a paltry $450 million.

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The little princess has not only been spoiled by Mom and Dad but also by other wealthy celeb friends, such as Rihanna, Kanye West, and Mariah Carey.

Among her elaborate gifts are a nearly $5,000 Swarovski crystal-studded baby bathtub that weighs 3,000 pounds from Beyonce’s former band mate Kelly Rowland.

In addition, when the baby diva-in-training was born, her parents went all out and spent a reported $1.5 million on pricey trinkets, such as a handmade solid gold horse from Japanese jeweler Ginza Tanaka, with a $600,000 price tag; a coach-like crib from Posh Tots, which cost $20,000; and a $15,000 Swarovski crystal-covered high chair.

We can ONLY imagine how the littlest Carter will make out this year for her first birthday!

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