Some of the world's most famous faces are left-handed, from politicians and royalty to actors and musicians.

And now Blue Ivy has joined the growing ranks of stars such as Barrack Obama, Lady Gaga and Prince William to walk the left-hand path.

The two-year-old daughter of Beyonce and Jay Z recently accompanied her famous parents at Michelle Obama's 50th birthday celebrations at the White House.

While her superstar mother prepared to perform at the star-studded event in Washington, D.C, Blue busied herself with more child-friendly activities.

In images posted on Beyoncé's website, the adorable toddler can be seen playing with the first family's dog Sunny and doodling on a piece of paper using her left hand.

Dressed in a cream tutu dress, Blue appears engrossed in the note she is writing - which may have been a birthday message to the first lady.

They say that left-handed people are more creative than their right-handed counterparts, so let's recap a few celebrities who are proud to be southpaws.

1.President Obama

Obama Signs Reauthorisation Of Violence Against Womens Act
Obama Signs Reauthorisation Of Violence Against Womens Act.

2. Lady Gaga

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Lady Gaga gestures while posing nude on cover of Vanity Fair. Vanity Fair

3. Morgan Freeman

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Actor Morgan Freeman waves to fans. Wikipedia

4. Prince William

Prince William
The Duke of Cambridge helps cook chicken curry and flatbread during visit to Centrepoint. Reuters

5. Justin Bieber

Naked Justin Bieber With Guitar
Pop star Justin Bieber strums a left-handed guitar during bizarre prank on his grandmother.

6. Angelina Jolie

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Actress Angelina Jolie waves to fans. Tumblr

7. Spike Lee

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Director Spike Lee poses with former boxing champ Mike Tyson at the press call for his one-man show "Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth". Reuters

8. Paula Radcliffe

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British Athlete Paula Radcliffe competes at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.

9. Bill Gates

Bill Gates
Microsoft founder Bill Gates speaks on stage at the Clinton Global Initiative 2013 (CGI) in New York. Reuters

10. Sir Paul McCartney

Paul McCartney and George Michael (L) perform at the Live 8 concert in Hyde Park in London, July 2, 2005.
Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney (R) performs with George Michael at the Live 8 concert in Hyde Park in London, July 2, 2005. Reuters