AceShowbiz - Hailey Bieber (Hailey Baldwin) must provide proof of consent to use her marital name for a clothing line, or her application will be denied.
According to documents obtained by The Blast, Hailey has received a letter sent by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) concerning her application to trademark her married name, Hailey Bieber, for a clothing line.
Last October (18), the Adidas Originals spokesmodel filed to register her name weeks after her secret wedding to singer Justin Bieber, and also trademarked her maiden name and her initials HRB3 under her company, Rhodedeodato Corp - a combination of her middle name, Rhode, and her mother's maiden name, Deodato.
However, the USPTO's letter stated that Hailey needs to include written consent in her application to prove she really is Hailey Bieber, and also to confirm that she has given permission for the trademark to be registered.
Officials reportedly wrote in the letter that Hailey's statement must specify that she gives "consent to the use and registration of my name, HAILEY BIEBER, as a trademark and/or service mark with the USPTO."
The 22-year-old must also specify exactly what type of clothing line she's planning on marketing, such as shirts or hats. If she doesn't provide the proof as soon as possible, her application will be refused.
Hailey tied the knot with Justin in a low-key courthouse ceremony in New York last September, just two months after the "Sorry" singer proposed while they were on vacation in the Bahamas.
The happy couple is reportedly now planning to mark the occasion with a big party for friends and family members, with 'Save the Date' cards sent out to guests for 28 February.
A location has yet to be revealed, but Justin's personal DJ, Tay James, has reportedly been recruited to spin tunes during the bash, which is also rumoured to feature a dance performance, for which dancers are already in rehearsals, according to insiders.