The Kardashians and the Jenners are omnipresent! They’re constantly in the limelight, be it on social media or the latest wave of spin-offs of their reality show, ‘Keeping up with The Kardashians’; which by the way is on its 14th season.
America’s so-called other ‘first family’, the KarJenners have built an empire out of their family name over the years. And it’s inevitable that the children of Kylie Jenner, and Kim and Khloe Kardashian would become a part of the family empire.
The three aforementioned sisters have filed documents to trademark the names of their children. That means you could be seeing a lot of ‘Stormi’ or ‘Chicago West’ related merchandise sometime soon. The famous mothers plan to use their children’s name on various products, including skincare, toys and clothing lines.
If you’re unfamiliar with the next gen of the KarJenners, here’s a quick refresher. Kim Kardashian has filed to trademark the names of her kids North West, Saint West and Chicago West and Khloe filed for her daughter True Thompson. On the other hand, Kylie Jenner not only sought to trademark her daughter’s name Stormi Webster, but also the name Stormiworld, which was the theme of the toddler’s first birthday.
But what about Kourtney Kardashian? Well, the eldest of the pack has not trademarked her children Penelope Disick, Dream Disick and Mason Disick’s names. And we all saw her break with her family on the issue of fame in the last season of Keeping up with the Kardashians. Kourtney chooses to keep a lower profile than her sisters or, as Kim felt, doesn’t work hard as the rest of the Kardashians. In any case, don’t expect to see any Penelope branded ballet wear or Dream branded toys anytime soon.