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Blue Ivy Makes Her First Public Appearance

Jay-Z and Beyonce take their baby girl out to lunch in New York City

February 26, 2012 11:28 AM ET
Beyonce Knowles with baby Blue Ivy at Sant Ambroeus in New York City.
Beyonce Knowles with baby Blue Ivy at Sant Ambroeus in New York City.
Alo Ceballos/WireImage

Blue Ivy Carter hit the town for lunch yesterday, bundled up tight against the cold February wind.

Us Weekly is reporting that Beyoncé and Jay-Z took their seven-week old daughter out for lunch at Sant Ambroeus in the West Village on Saturday. While the couple have been out a few times since Blue Ivy's birth on January 7th – they were spotted at the Knicks game on Monday – this was the baby's first public appearance.

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