Kate trademarks her name for fashion line

By admin
03 April 2013

The Duchess of Cambridge has applied to trademark her name in order to allow charities to create clothing bearing her royal moniker.

Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, will see her royal title on a range of clothing, footwear and headgear.

An application has been made to the Intellectual Property Office in order to trademark The Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry so that one of Kate's official charities can use the name on a range of goods and services, including a fashion line.

"Since the name change of the foundation last year, we have been registering our new name and logo in different territories around the world,” a St James' Palace spokesman said to The Telegraph newspaper.

"As part of that process, we have to choose any categories under which we might conceivably operate in the future. This also protects the foundation against other people using its name illegally.

"We included clothing in case we choose, for example, to make T-shirts in years to come, for marathon runners, etc."

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