There seems to be no stopping the Jenner girls' world-domination. And while their names are clearly big business already – now Kendall and Kylie Jenner want to make that official.
Last month, the mega-celebrity sisters made an application to the US Patent And Trademark Office in a bid to exercise greater control over how their names are used.
Kylie applied to have both her full name and first name trademarked, while the elder sister made the application just for her full name.
TMZ also says they’re making the move to trademark “Kendall & Kylie”, as well as “Kendall and Kylie”.
All of which means that a range of goods such as bags, umbrellas, clothing, hair accessories, and beauty products all bearing the Jenner girls’ monikers are on the way.
Recently Taylor Swift went down a similar route, trade-marking a number of phrases, including “Party Like It’s 1989”, “This Sick Beat”, and “Nice to Meet You, Where You Been?” from her latest album.
Kendall, 19, is worth €5.4m while Kylie, 17, is worth €4.5m. Still, their half-sister Kim Kardashian is valued at €76.5m.
The Jenner sisters have also already hosted the likes of the 2014 Much Music Video Awards and 2014 Billboard Music Awards together, as well as several red carpet events.
They have their own clothing, handbag, shoe, and jewellery lines and co-wrote a sci-fi novel, Rebels: City of Indra. Projects in the pipeline include a mobile phone game.
For the first time outside of the US, this summer Topshop will carry the newest Kendall and Kylie clothing and accessories range.