Blue Ivy Godmother is Oprah Winfrey

There are rumors buzz that Jay-Z and Beyoncé have already chosen the godparents for their newborn baby girl and one happens to be one of the most noticeable figures in the world.

The newborn's parents have reportedly been very carefully when considering who to place their trust in with taking care of the spiritual guidance of there not quite three week old baby girl.

Sources close to the couple told the website Media Take Out that they wanted to make sure the Godparents of Blue Ivy were not blood related. That it is why Oprah and Jay-Z's best friend Tyran "Ty Ty" Smith were chosen to be the godparents.

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It had been speculated that Beyoncé's sister Solange was going to be chosen. She recently revealed that she was preparing to spoil Blue Ivy so that she could get back at Beyoncé because the diva let her seven-year-old nephew, Julez, do whatever he wanted.

She told CTV that, "this may sound awful, but I'm excited to let the baby do whatever it wants in the same way my sister's done with my son…I'm going to get her back for all those late-night popcorn sessions and just spoiling my child to no end!"

Solange continues to sing her sisters praises, "My sister is a phenomenal aunt, so I'm ready to be the same in her life. I don't need any advice [on how to be a great aunt]. Because she has been a phenomenal aunt to my son, so she's set the tone as an aunt. I've set the tone as a mom, so we're learning from each other."

The Insider reports that Oprah sent over a "trunk" full of children's books to Blue Ivy Carter. That was not the only lavish gift the newborn reportedly received Blue Ivy's parents also reportedly gave her a high chair worth $3,500 which came with Swarovski crystals.

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