Singer's 3-year-old daughter, Royalty launches clothing line

Chris Brown's 3-year old daughter, Royalty, is the latest entrepreneur with her newly launched unisex clothing line.

Royalty has started her own unisex clothing brand for kids, with the help of her mum Nia Guzman.

According to TMZ, the collection is for infant and toddler customers, and is aimed at creating clothing “for the fun and energetic kid with an outgoing personality.”

In 2016, her mother obtained a trademark for her name, including the rights to use her name on products.

Fashion isn't a new business line for the family. Royalty seems to have taken after her father Chris Brown, who also has his own clothing line for men - Black Pyramid.

Royalty is joining other celebrity kids like DJ Khaled's son, Ashad and Alicia Key's son, Egypt, who are all already entrepreneurs.

Chris Brown and model, Nia Guzman, welcomed Royalty in 2014.

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