Blue Ivy Is Reportedly Helping Beyonce and Jay-Z Pick the Twins' Names -- Here Are Some Suggestions!

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The Carter twins have arrived, which means Blue Ivy is officially a big sister! Apparently, the 5-year-old is "relishing the role," according to an insider who spoke with HollywoodLife.com. "She has been keeping Mommy company in the hospital and has even helped in the naming process of her new siblings." Too cute! Surely, the Carters are going to go in a creative direction with the twins' names, much like they did for their eldest. So, while we wait in suspense for the babies' official names, we thought we'd try our hand at the names Bey, Jay, and Blue could be batting around... 

  • Turquoise Vine

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    Hey, it's only fair. 

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  • Chartreuse Chili

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    A nod to Bey's hot sauce in her bag swag. Naturally.

  • Scarlet Begonia

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    Okay, to be fair, the Carters probably aren't the biggest Grateful Dead fans. But the song title is still a pretty, flowery name, doncha think? 

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  • Periwinkle Lemongrass

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    In honor of Bey's hit album Lemonade ... Lemongrass! And Periwinkle, cuz really, why the hell not? 

  • Blush Honeysuckle

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    Honeysuckle is everywhere in LA. Since the twins were born there (as opposed to New York, where Blue Ivy made her debut), maybe Bey and Jay would want to pay tribute to the local vegetation?

  • Magenta Rhododendron

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    A mouthful of a name, to be sure ... but unique? Oh yes. There would definitely not be another Magenta Rhododendron on the playground.

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  • Yellow Rose

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    "The Yellow Rose of Texas" is a traditional American folk song ... and any true Bey-Hiver knows how much Bey loves the Lone Star State and her hometown H-Town. 

  • Pink Magnolia

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    Bey paid tribute to the South -- particularly Louisiana -- in her Lemonade film, and the magnolia is the Louisiana state flower, so we could totally see Blue having a baby sister with this sweet moniker.

  • Burnt Sienna Succulent

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    As far as plants go, succulents are so in fashion. And these babies will undoubtedly be on the cutting edge of style, so this is clearly a fitting name.

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  • Silver Seaweed

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    Maybe Beyonce's underwater maternity pregnancy shoot was a harbinger of this name for her baby boy? 

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