Reality TV star Blac Chyna is to launch her own line of doll figurines.
Chyna, born Angela Renee White, posted a video on Instagram on Thursday (09Mar17) showing her having her famously curvy figure scanned so toys can be made in her image.
The 28-year-old captioned the clip, "Working on something for my Chyna Dolls."
In response to the video, bosses at My3DNA, a company which uses scanners and 3D printers to create dolls in their clients' image, told TMZ.com that they had been collaborating with Chyna since last August (16).
Chyna reportedly had a shoot on Wednesday (08Mar17) to try out different looks for the dolls, which will come in around six to eight different versions and will reportedly retail at around $75 (£62).
My3DNA has previously produced doll figurines of celebrities such as Drake, Steve Aoki, Dan Bilzerian and the cast of Black-ish.
Chyna's on-off relationship with Rob Kardashian, with whom she has a four-month-old daughter, Dream Renee, has seen her become a member of the world's most famous reality TV family.
She is engaged in a battle with the Kardashian clan, however, as lawyers for sisters Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney Kardashian have previously made legal moves to block her attempts to trademark the name 'Angela Renee Kardashian'.