Blue Ivy Carter Named Honorary Citizen of Croatian Island

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Blue Ivy Carter is quite the worldly baby.

Beyonce and Jay-Z's little girl, five months, has been named an honorary citizen of the Croatian Island of Hvar, where the pair vacationed last summer.

The tribute stems from a blog post Beyonce posted in March, and from a moment on the island that may well have inspired the little girl's unique name.

Blue Ivy Photo

"We woke up this morning, took a nice little walk, passed by this beautiful blue tree," the then-pregnant Beyonce shared in a video released on her blog.

"I think it's Blue Ivy, which would be quite appropriate!"

Tourism to Hvar has reportedly increased since the clip was posted; the island was even named as Lonely Planet's fifth best vacation destination in 2012.

Major Pjerino Bebic wrote in a letter to the family:

"The story of the origin of the name of your daughter has brought enormous attention and therefore tourist promotion to the town and island of Hvar."

"Because of this, I have decided to confer on your daughter the status of honorary citizen of the town of Hvar."

Congratulations, Blue Ivy!

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That kid is creepy looking.

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Aww shes so cute and looks just like het mother

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LAME! But whatevs