It hasn’t even been two weeks since Kylie Jenner welcomed her baby girl, Stormi Webster, with boyfriend Travis Scott on Feb. 1. But, like a good grand-momager, Kris Jenner is already reportedly trademarking her youngest grandchild’s name. According to Hollywood Life, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians matriarch, 62, believes Stormi’s interesting moniker could make Kylie, 20, some major cash.
"The entire family loves the name Stormi," a source told the website. "Kris is busy at work on the new name too. She has her legal team already trademarking the name and locking up all the social media accounts for Stormi."
The insider went on to say that Kris sees the value in Kylie's choice even though she went against the grain by not picking a K name. "She is happy with the pick because, despite not being a K name, she still thinks it’s great for marketing," the source explained.
The source said that Kylie’s older sister Kim Kardashian and her husband, Kanye West — who recently welcomed a newborn daughter named Chicago via surrogate — are also big fans of the name Stormi. "Kim thinks it is cute, unique, and fitting for a woman who will certainly take the world by storm," said the insider. "Kanye loves the name too. He thought it was a great idea because of how well the name works with his own new baby’s name Chicago. He is already writing rhymes about Stormi Chicago nights. He loves it."
Kylie might have to think of another cute baby name as In Touch recently revealed that the lip kit mogul is hoping to expand her brood in the very near future. "She’s been crying tears of joy. She can’t believe she’s a mom," an insider divulged. "This is the first of many babies for Kylie. Nobody would be surprised if she has another one next year!"