Although some could argue that Kanye’s egotistical ways may not breed the best child-fostering habits, there’s a daddy in West that listeners have heard on “New Day.” As Hov’s younger brother by musical blood, West is definitely a viable candidate for Blue's uncle. He’s already watched the throne with Jay, it’s only right he watches the cradle for him.
After the female powerhouse collaboration “Telephone,” Beyonce and Gaga became certified hitmaker gal pals. Gaga told MTV News in a 2009 interview how much she respected Bey: “And I had kinda lost faith a little bit in meeting artists in the business, then I met Beyoncé. And she is a real, real woman.” Godmother Monster is a title Stephanie Germanotta would definitely take on with paws up. She’ll have no problem smothering Ivy Blue and giving the baby enough reason to appreciate that she was born this way.
As the only other Destiny’s Child member to stick it out through every group breakup, Kelly Rowland serves as more than enough motivation for her childhood best friend’s daughter. Rowland gave her vow to the Daily Mail in November that she “wouldn’t miss the birth of Beyonce’s baby.” Even if the “Lay It On Me” singer accidentally revealed the child’s gender when she told US Weekly that Bey and Jay won’t let the inherited fame get to Blue’s head: "I think her dad [Jay-Z] is gonna give her everything anyways, all I can give her is love...I think she'll be very well behaved. Her parents will make sure of that."
It’s no secret that Bey and Hov go on double dates with Coldplay couple Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow. The foursome are so close that even their kids, Apple and Moses, refer to Sean Carter as Uncle Jay. We’ve seen Gwynnie and Bey bond on a luxury yacht together and show her support of Paltrow’s music career. Martin’s wife even told Elle magazine earlier this year that Beyonce came down to the Staples Center in Los Angeles just to watch and critique her Grammy performance with Cee-Lo Green. There’s no doubt Paltrow has passed on some maternal advice in gratitude that will definitely be put to good use.
The Bajan star (and most recently named top-selling digital artist of 2011) was one of the first to tweet her best wishes to the daughter of Jay-Z, who signed her to Def Jam in 2004: “Welcome to the world princess Carter! Love Aunty Rih.” Rihanna’s ability to talk that talk will surely come in handy when it comes time for Blue to utter her first words.