Blac Chyna is reportedly set to release a set of miniature doll replicas in May this year, as she was recently visited My3DNA photo-realist statue-making company.
Blac Chyna is reportedly set to release a doll line.
The 28-year-old television personality - who has four-year-old son King Cairo, with her former partner Tyga, and four-month-old daughter Dream with her on/off fiancé Rob Kardashian - is believed to be launching a set of miniature figurines to resemble her, according to TMZ.
The American beauty is believed to have visited photo-realist statue-making company My3DNA, who create lookalike figures for their celebrity clientele, on Wednesday (08.03.17).
The star is rumoured to have made several outfit changes throughout the day to enable her to have a range of six to eight Blac Chyna dolls in various sizes.
During the model's visit she had her face scanned by CGI equipment and the image was then developed using 3D printing technology.
This news comes eight months after it was reported the reality star had decided to collaborate with the brand, and it is now believed Blac's toy line will be available to buy in May this year.
Meanwhile, four replicas of Blac during her pregnancy with her second child, which can be found under the Mini-Chyna collection on the site, are available to buy online with prices ranging from $99.99 for a five-inch doll up to $399.99 for an 11-inch statue.
The site has hinted the dolls of Blac clasping at her burgeoning baby bump are the first instalment of a four-part collection.
And Blac recently teased she was working on a new project on social media.
Alongside a video on her Instagram account of the 'Rob & Chyna' star standing still in a baby pink skin-tight catsuit with a short blonde cropped hair do, whilst photographers are captured slowly walking around her filming, she wrote: ''Working on something for my Chyna Dolls (sic).''
And an image of a still shot of what appears to be a miniature model, was simply captioned with a pink bow emoji.
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