One of Beyonce's newborn twins has already broken a law in New Zealand

Publish Date
Monday, 25 December 2017, 11:25AM
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If this is anything to go by, this is just proof that nobody is born perfect, even if your parents are Beyonce and Jay-Z!

Since 1995 there have been legislation in place for acceptable names in New Zealanders where someone cannot have a combination of names, should not cause offence, be unreasonably long, or resemble an official title or rank, which brings us nicely into the Carters.

The official names for the twins were released. Beyonce and Jay-Z who already have five-year-old daughter Blue Ivy together - welcomed the latest additions to their family, Rumi & Sir Carter earlier this month and have now filed trademark documents for the names with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, TMZ reports.

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Sooooooo...looks like the royal one who has been placed on this Earth as Sir Carter has managed to already break at least one international law so far and he doesn't even know it yet! According to a list of names that aren't allowed to be used in New Zealand, Sir is high on the list. You may remember the Kardashian incident as well, with Saint also not an acceptable name on New Zealand shores.

Yeah we're a great country but we're just difficult like that...