Kim, Khloe and Kylie File To Trademark Their Children’s Names

Written by Taylor Chanel February 18, 2019
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Three of the Kardashian-Jenner clan have finally trademarked their kid’s names!

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TMZ reports Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, and Kylie Jenner have filed to trademark Saint, North, and Chicago West, as well as True Thompson and Stormi Webster’s names. The mommies have plans to use their children’s names on different products including toys, skincare, and even a clothing line!

Kylie, in particular, filed to trademark the name “Stormiworld”, which was the innovative theme for her daughter’s first extravagant birthday party. Travis Scott, her boyfriend, and father to Stormi, also designed custom Stormiworld tour merchandise so the recent trademark filing comes just in time!

Although the application doesn’t mention any specifics, the three sisters also want the ability to sign endorsement deals to get others’ products. The other family members with children, Kourtney and Rob Kardashian, do not seem to be involved in the recent trademark filings.

Kylie recently threw an epic birthday celebration for her 1-year-old calling it “Stormiworld”. Many celebs were in attendance as they got to enjoy a fun theme park inspired bash. Kylie wrote she dreamed of the grand party and “then drew it up on paper room by room”.

The sisters seem to do anything for their babies and trademarking their names comes as no surprise.

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