Businesswoman and reality television star Kim Kardashian welcomed her fourth child via surrogate 15 days ago. Now it has been revealed that the boy’s name has been trademarked for future business ventures.
Kanye West’s family can use the newborn’s name for hair accessories like barrettes, bands, bows, clips, ties, ornaments, pins, scrunchies, chopsticks, twisters, and wraps. Included in the trademark are hair extensions and ornamental novelty pins.
However, the family made sure to cover all their bases as the trademark also includes entertainment services, personal appearances, skin care, probiotic supplements, toy figures, and doll accessories. Psalm’s name has also been protected for use of computer software, clothing, baby bottles, furniture, strollers, beverageware, swaddling blankets, and so much more.
The little boy has been included in the empires beauty industry for things like skin moisturizers, lotions, creams, bubble bath, fragrances, body powders, shower gels, body oils, skin serums, nail polish, nail polish remover, nail care preparations, and others.
The list of items he’s been trademarked for is almost endless. It seems trademarking Kardashian and Jenner baby names is nothing new.
Every time the family has a child they file the trademark protection for their newborns. However, so far no businesses have been launched under the children’s names.
The reason why they do it so early is perhaps to block others from cashing in using their children’s unique names or to make sure that in the future their children can start businesses using their names without any problems.
After all, the Kardashian/Jenner/West last names are powerhouses in their own right. Psalm’s name being trademarked was confirmed by public documents from the United States Patent and Trademark Office database.
Kardashian and Kanye's three other children’s names, North, Saint, and Chicago, are all protected. Khloé Kardashian and Kylie Jenner also did the same for True Thompson and Stormi Webster respectively.
Kanye’s wife shared the first image of their son a week after he was born. She revealed his name on Twitter and Instagram in the form of a text conversation she had with her husband.