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Mario Chalmers Has a Daughter Named "Queen Elizabeth"

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You thought the name "Blue Ivy" was a bit strange? Turns out that Miami Heat guard has a daughter who goes by the quite regal name of "Queen Elizabeth." She's twenty-months-old now, but Heat fans didn't get the birth announcement because Chalmers was only recently found to be the girl's father. 


According to Jose Lambiet at Gossip Extra, Chalmer recently agreed to pay Queen Elizabeth's mother  $2,600-a-month in child support. The Queen's mother, whose name is probably not Anne Boleyn, is apparently a student who was only pulling in $800-a-month. That's not the kind of money to be raising a Queen on. 

She'll also be receiving $12,800 in back paid child support. 

Chalmers meanwhile makes about $61k a month according to Lambiet, and shells out $1,500 monthly for a chef and $2,000 for a bodyguard.  

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