Kardashian only son Rob seeks to trademark daughter Dream’s name’ Without Blac Chyna as his gears up for reality TV return — New report
Rob Kardashian welcomed first child Dream with ex-girlfriend Blac Chyna back in 2016. And it seems the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star is hoping to follow in his family’s famous footsteps by trademarking the little one’s name.
According to reports, the 31-year-old wants to use the two-year-old’s name for a string of ‘marketing opportunities’.
In documents obtained by The Blast, filed on 14 February, the sock entrepreneur has stated his daughter ‘could be the face of children’s projects such as toys and electronic games’.
‘I Robert Kardashian, hereby state that I am the parent of Dream Kardashian, a minor, and give my consent to the registration of Dream Kardashian’s name and/or nickname to Kardashian Incorporated,’ the papers are said to have read. Rob has kept a very low profile over the last few years, after his dramatic split from Chyna made headlines.
The pair first started dating back in January, 2016, and announced their shock engagement three months later. They welcomed Dream together in November that year, before calling time on things the next month, and are no longer in contact with each other.
‘His [Rob’s] biggest joy is being a dad to Dream,’ an insider recently told People Magazine. ‘The whole family just adores her.
‘When it comes to Chyna, he really wants to move on. They don’t have a relationship and deal with Dream through an intermediary.’ Rob has removed himself from the limelight ever since, and is rarely seen on Keeping Up With The Kardashians, alongside his famous family.
However, his sisters revealed this could all be about to change, with the dad-of-one set to make a bit of a return.
During an appearance on Watch What Happens Live, Kim and Khloe told the host he was ‘doing good’. ‘I think [Rob] is going to be a little bit more in the next season,’ Kim continued.
‘He has his moods. Sometimes he’s like, “Look, I didn’t sign up for this,” and then sometimes he’s like, “I’m cool to do it.”‘