Blue Ivy Carter may not be able to tie her own shoes, but she already leads one of the most baller existences on the planet.
Blue Ivy's vacation photos could make Anthony Bourdain weep.
The girl gets custom-made clothes from the world's biggest designers, then probably passes them on to her entourage when she outgrows them in a week.
She's even got her first rap feud under her belt, thanks to Chris Brown's claim that Royalty is the cutest of all the hip hop babies.
Obviously talent is no longer a requirement for being a celebrity (We're looking at you, Kylie Jenner!), but Blue is making sure that she secures her spot as a future A-lister by becoming a more in-demand guest vocalist for top-selling artists than Nate Dogg was in his prime.
Okay, she's hasn't come that far quite yet, but Blue will be making her singing debut on Coldplay's seventh studio album, due out next month.
Lead singer Chris Martin says it all started when the band brought in Beyonce for some cameo vocals on a track called "Hymn for the Weekend."
Blue accompanied Bey in the studio, and naturally, the band couldn't resist having her coo a few bars.
The album also features guest performances from Martin's ex-wife Gwyneth Paltrow, as well as his current girlfriend Annabelle Wallis, because apparently, this record is some sort of social experiment in which Chris Martin attempts to find out how awkward he can make his life.
Hey, it might've been weird to make, but we're sure it'll go multi-platinum.