Private jets, Gucci bags and her OWN personal stylist: Inside the $1 billion life of six-year-old Blue Ivy Carter

She might only just have turned six, but Blue Ivy is more ballin’ than you’ll ever been.

Born into music royalty, parents Beyonce and Jay-Z have provided their eldest with a life fit for a little diva.

From fancy homes, private jets and exotic holidays through to her own team of staff, the showbiz princess eats, sleeps and breathes the high life.

For starters, while most kids have to suck up cruddy hand-me-downs from their cousins’ cousins, Blue – who flexed her diva muscles by ordering her parents to pipe down at the Grammys – has a designer wardrobe to rival that of her diva mother’s.

From Gucci totes to the Dior she wore to the Grammys aged three, girlfriend knows quality when she sees it.

Blue has sass by the pound
She told her mum and dad to calm it right down at the Grammys
Matching Gucci, check!
Designer tote, check!
Tiara, check!
That tiara

And let’s not forget the £7,000 Mischka Aoki dress she wore to the VMAs last year, along with Giuseppe Zanotti Junior shows and a tiara. A TIARA!

She even had a four-foot train.

Then there are the holidays – forget Butlins, she’s never heard of it – instead, think super-yacht trips around the most exclusive enclaves of the world’s most expensive destinations.

From a cruise on a £50 million private yacht to flights on her dad’s £30 million Bombardier Challenger 850 private jet, her bank-busting vacays are enough to make your eyes water.

Bey bought Jay the plane as a Father’s Day gift in 2013 like it wasn’t even a thing, and it comes with a bedroom, two bathrooms and a kitchen.

Blue travels to the far-flung corners of the world in the comfort of her daddy’s arms
Or by private jet
Just chilling in a hot tub. On a super yacht
They’re a long way from Skegness
Over it

And of course, a little princess needs a variety of palaces to live in.

She splits her time between five sprawling properties in Los Angeles, New York, The Hamptons and Miami.

The Hamptons pad cost a punchy £18.5million, while their Bel Air mansion carried a price tag of £95million.

With eight bedrooms, 11 bathrooms and a garage that fits in 15 cars, it’s easy to see why.

And that’s without mentioning the beach pad they rent in Malibu for £306,000 a month, which comes with four pools and bullet-proof glass.

Or the £170 million private island off Florida that Jay-Z bought for Beyonce’s 29th birthday.

One of Jay and bey’s Hamptons pads
Their mansion in LA
Because a princess needs a castle to live in
Her birthday parties are something else

Speaking of presents, Blue must be pretty high up on Santa’s good list because she’s had some corkers.

As a baby, she had a £14,000 royal carriage cot shaped and a £50,000 diamond-encrusted Barbie doll.

For her fourth birthday Bey and Jay turned their back garden into a magical Disney kingdom, complete with princesses, and she even has her own pet Arabian stallion.

Which must go a long way to impress the showbiz friends that go with her showbiz lifestyle.

Blue is good mates with Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow’s daughter Apple, and was invited to her 13th birthday sleepover last year.

Her dad has already kick-started her music career
Chris Martin and Blue Ivy play at the Superbowl rehearsals
She is friends with his daughter Apple
Even James Corden wants to be her mate
The tot has her own glam squad, of course

She’s also little buddies with Mariah Carey’s six-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe.

All of the luxury is overseen by her own dedicated team of staff, which includes two full-time nannies, a chef, security guards, and her own personal stylist, Manuel Mendez.

The industrious youngster started learning French and Swahili before she started school, and she’s also dipped a toe into the music bizz, earning herself a credit on Bey’s 2013 album Beyonce.

She also features in the video for Jay-Z’s track Family Feud, and became the youngest person ever to feature in the singles chart when Jay included a recording of her heartbeat in an ultrasound on 2012 song Glory.

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