The Real Reason Why The Kardashian-Jenner Sisters Have Filed To Trademark Their Children’s Names

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The Kardashian-Jenner sisters rang in Kylie’s 21st birthday in style. | Instagram via @khloekardashian

Big plans are in the works for the Kardashian-Jenner family in 2019.

Just recently, Khloe and Kim Kardashian, as well as Kylie Jenner, filed documents in order to trademark their children’s names for future business purposes.

They will use these trademarks for business

It has been reported that Kim, Khloe, and Kylie are in the works of having their children’s names trademarked for business purposes.

The sisters have been talking about trademarking their kid’s names for a while now and have finally gone through with filing the necessary paperwork.

Kim and Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner plan on using the young kids names for future clothing lines, toys and skincare products they are looking to introduce in the near future.

The document will focus on trademarking the names of the youngest Kardashian-Jenner family members, “Stormi Webster,” “True Thompson,” “Saint West,” North West,” and “Chicago West.”

Kylie Jenner has even requested in the document to trademark “StormiWorld,” a name she used for her daughter’s epic theme park inspired birthday party.

The trademark is set to protect the youngest Kardashian-Jenner kids against anyone trying to profit off of their names from products and marketing.

The family has multiple product lines

It does not come as a surprise the Kardashian-Jenner family wants to begin trademarking their children’s names.

Kim, Khloe, and Kylie have given their children names that many do not come across very often.

It makes sense the three sisters want to get an early start when it comes to trademarking in order to ensure these names stay within the family.

Also, considering the success of each of their companies, Good American, Kylie Cosmetics, and KKW Beauty, they are most likely planning to use their children’s names for future products.

Along with the trademark request, the Kardashian-Jenner sisters also requested to have the ability to sign endorsement deals in order for them to endorse other products.

The specifics of those endorsements have yet to be revealed.

Not all of the Kardashian-Jenner kids are involved

Not everyone in this family are involved in this trademark.

Kourtney and Rob Kardashian’s kids, Mason, Penelope and Reign Disick and Dream Kardashian are not mentioned in the trademark document.

These two siblings are keeping a lower profile than their sisters and standing clear of trademarking their kids.

Kim, Khloe, and Kylie are only doing this as a way to protect their children from anyone trying to benefit off of their names in the future.

The Kardashian-Jenner sisters would do anything for their kids and just want the best for them.

In a recent interview, Khloe Kardashian revealed the joys of motherhood and how her daughter makes her feel empowered.

My favorite part about being a mom, I mean it’s so corny, but it’s just like, no matter how tired you are, it’s complete bliss, no matter what,” Kardashian said. “I mean, Christmas Day, I was so hungover and I was like, ‘How am I gonna get through this day?’ And just when you see your baby, and how happy [she is], you just get through it. I was like, ‘OK, I feel like I can do anything. I could do this.'”

Jenner has experienced trademarks before

This is not the first time Kylie Jenner has tried her hand at trademarks.

Back in 2016, the makeup mogul filed to trademark her first name in order to protect herself when it came to advertising services.

Jenner’s request to have her name trademarked was eventually turned down singer Kylie Minogue filed a notice of oppostion against the reality star.