That's not the only thing, though. The Sun further reports that Frim Fram also lists another website under its trademark umbrella called Tigtots.
“It’s fascinating Meghan’s business manager has ensured she keeps The Tig for a few more years at least," a "royal insider," told The Sun. "Of course it’s understandable she wouldn’t want an entrepreneur using the name without her involvement. But given her desire to be a different type of royal—pushing her own causes using digital and social media—it’s not out of the question she’d think The Tig could play an important role.”
But, Meghan's rep has claimed fans shouldn't get excited about the trademark.
"The lasting trademark is to prevent false branding, to avoid others purporting to be the Duchess or affiliated with her," Markle's spokesperson told The Sun.
Trademarking as a preventative measure is not uncommon for celebrities and high-profile stars. Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian, and Kylie Jenner reportedly trademarked their kids' names recently to ensure they remain legally protected.