The million pound baby: Beyonc and Jay-Z splash the cash on daughter Blue Ivy Carter
She's barely two days old but Beyonc and Jay-Z have already spent an astonishing 1million on their newborn daughter.
The superstar couple have splashed out on everything from a nursery, to a diamond-encrusted high chair and other extravagant goods for the tot.
And little Blue Ivy Carter, who was born in New York late on Saturday night, reportedly even has three identical nurseries already made up in the couple's three U.S. homes.
If you've got it… The superstar couple have already spent 1million on baby daughter Blue Ivy Carter, including three nurseries at their different U.S. homes
The R&B singer and her rapper beau spent 240,000 alone on the special bedrooms for the baby.
A source tells Star magazine: 'Together they’ve bought a Swarovski-studded high chair by Carla Monchen for 10,000, and a Fantasy ‘posh tots’ coach carriage crib for 30,000.
'Jay-Z bought Beyonce a solid gold handmade Ginza Tanaka rocking horse for 400,000.
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'They’ve even splashed out on a 20,000 magical windmill playhouse for the garden and a mini Bugatti car, too.'
And their extravagance doesn't stop there – the couple have even bought expensive jewellery and baby trinkets to mark her birth.
The source adds: 'They’ve got baby charm bracelets, gold and platinum diamond rattles and dummies from Tiffany & Co, too.'
Although the couple are ecstatic now they've welcomed their first child in to the world, they have been hiding a secret heartache, which they've only just unveiled.
On Thursday, Jay-Z revealed Beyonce suffered a heartbreaking miscarriage before falling pregnant with Blue Ivy last year.
The rapper made the revelation in a new song called Glory, which he posted on his social website Life and Times yesterday.
The tune is a tribute to their daughter, and in the track, Jay-Z, 42, talks about where
the child was conceived (in Paris) and even reveals that Beyonce, 30, had lost a child at one point.
He sings: 'Last time the miscarriage was so tragic/We was afraid you'd disappear/But nah baby you magic.'
The sound of crying Blue Ivy can be heard at the end of the song.
Read the full story in this week's Star magazine – out today.