Chris Brown's daughter, Royalty, has launched her own unisex clothing line with the help of the three-year-old's mother, Nia Guzman. According to TMZ, the Royalty Brown Clothing collection will include "monster graphics, two-pieces and even cosmetics." Royalty is said to have "helped to design" the clothing line with her mother. 

In March, The YBF obtained a copy of the trademark for Royalty's name filed by Guzman in November 2016. The document trademarks everything from "dresses for babies and children" to "infant and toddler one piece clothing," hinting at a possible clothing line in the works. 

Royalty's clothing line points to a much larger issue pertaining to these young celebrity children. Basically, if you're not doing something worthwhile by the age of five, you're seriously slacking. Blue Ivy Carter, 5, has already dropped a verse on "Blue's Freestyle / We Family," a bonus track off Jay Z's latest album 4:44. DJ Khaled's son, Asahd, is listed as an executive producer on his father's album Grateful. Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys' son Egypt was only five years old when he did some production for "untitled 07 l 2014 - 2016" on Kendrick Lamar's 2016 untitled unmastered. project. 

Some celebrity kids may think they're living their best life, but if they aren't getting a head start and trying to become a young entrepreneur or at least follow in the parent's shoes before first grade, what are they doing with their lives? We don't want to name any names, but some of these children are really falling behind the eight ball.