Kylie Jenner might have inherited her business acumen from her momager Kris Jenner because the 20-year-old has reportedly set to work trying to secure the wealth of her own daughter Stormi Webster and make the baby a millionaire before she turns one.
"Before Stormi was even born, Kylie spent months drawing up a thorough business plan to make millions," a "family source" told the magazine. "She's no fool when it comes to making money."
Kylie, who is the richest Kardashian-Jenner family member with a net worth predicted to exceed the $1 billion mark in just a few years time thanks to her makeup creations, set into motion some of her plans for her daughter including trademarking the bub's name before the birth.
"They trademarked Stormi's name way before the birth," the source revealed. "Kylie is using her own brand to launch Stormi's empire."
Aside from the Stormi makeup collection Kylie launched in her daughter's honour -- the profits of which currently go to Kylie -- the Keeping Up With The Kardashian's star has plans for a kid's clothing line and the source says Kylie will set aside a trust fund for her child, adding "Kylie's determined to make her daughter a billionaire before she turns 21!"
But it's not all business in the Kar-Jenner clan who seem to be exploding on the baby front right now.
Unlike her sisters Kim, Khloe and Kourtney's pregnancies, Kylie remained out of the spotlight in the months leading up to giving birth and only made the annoucment one Stormi was welcomed into the world.
Kylie's older sister Kendall Jenner, who is now the only sibling without a baby, recently gushed about her new niece during her April interview with Vogue.
"It's not that it's more exciting than any other births in the family — it's different exciting, because she's my baby sister who I grew up with," Kendall said. "So to see my best friend growing up have a baby? It's already made us even closer."