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Over the weekend, the blogs were talking about Kelly Rowland’s “slip” that confirmed that the most famous fetus in the world, Bey and Jay’s unborn, is a girl.

During a red carpet interview, Kelly told reporters,

“I’m so happy for my sister and her husband. They’re so happy in this moment right now, as they should be. They’ve made a little bundle of love, I’m so excited for them.

“I have no idea what I’m going to buy Beyonce at the baby shower because Jay is going to buy that little girl every single thing possible. She won’t be spoiled but she will be very well looked-after.”

So, there we have it. After rumors and innuendo, apparently Queen Yonce is having a girl.

But here’s where the fun starts. Everybody knows that one of the most interesting things that goes on while preggers–aside from the baby shower and decorating the nursery–is picking a name. And while we have absolutely NO sway over Bey and Jay, we can offer a few suggestions, right?

Let’s get started…

A few people have suggested a mash-up of the couple’s name, perhaps Shawnce? Or maybe, Brooklyn (or even Marcy?), as a homage to Jay’s beloved borough? I’m thinking Beyonce will pick something French to harken back to her mother’s Creole roots, or maybe even Agnèz in honor of her grandmother.

Who knows what little Knowles-Carter’s name will be, but judging by her swagu-dripping parents, it will be fabulous.

Got any name suggestions for Bey & Jay? Let us hear it! 

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  • starr

    How much coverage of her pregnancy are we going to get.

  • trace21

    Beyonce II

  • I think they will pick something french.

  • Kristie

    They should really go with a French name.

    Women’s names in French are so lovely: Simone, Yvette, Cherie, Sandrine, Sabine, Michelle, Danielle, Madeline, etc.

    Whatever they do, I hope it’s not some jacked-up, made-up name that sorta sounds French or sorta sounds African and has some crazy-ass spelling.

    “Brooklyn” would be better than a made-up name like that by a factor of 100. But I’m pulling for a real French name if it’s a girl.