It’s never too early to break into the family business when you’re a Kardashian.
Three members of the Kardashian-Jenner clan are following in mama Kris Jenner’s “mom-ager” footsteps and throwing their mini-mes into the mix.
According to documents obtained by TMZ, Kim, Khloe and Kylie have filed documents to trademark the names of their kids. The media mogul’s plan to use the names of their kids on skin care products, toys, a clothing line and perhaps more. That means if you were planning on designing a shirt inspired by Saint, North and/or Chicago West, or were hoping to name your new face wash after True Thompson or Stormi Webster, think again.
Along with names, Kylie also filed a trademark for “Stormiworld,” inspired, of course, by baby daddy Travis Scott and his Grammy-nominated rap album “Astroworld.” (RELATED: Travis Scott’s ‘Astroworld’ Tour Inspires Houston Mayor To Build New Theme Park)
The sisters also want the ability to sign endorsement deals to use for others’ products but have yet to release any specifics.
True Thompson, the youngest of the Kardashian kids, turns one year old in April, proving that the millionaire (and billionaire) mamas are wasting no time with their little ones!
Stay tuned for more on Keeping Up With The Kardashian Kids.
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CHRISTMAS 2018. This year we waited until the last minute to do a card. Schedules we’re changing, my husband was in and out of town. But The day of this card last minute realized we were all together so we had all of our kids come meet us. Kendall and my mom rushed to a meeting after this shoot so this is what we have! As many of us as possible! From our family to yours Merry Christmas ???? @pierresnaps