Kylie Jenner has had a calf named after her after recently discovering the wonders of putting milk on her cereal.
The 21-year-old reality star confessed earlier this week that she'd only recently tried having milk with her Cinnamon Toast Crunch because the thought of having a "soggy" breakfast made her stomach churn, and to commemorate her discovery, Jones Farms in Stevinson, California, have named one of their baby calves after her.
According to TMZ, David Jones - whose family owns the farm - decided to name the calf, who was born on Wednesday (19.09.18), Kylie in honour of the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star after seeing her milk-related tweets.
It's not just four-legged namesakes that Kylie - who has seven-month-old daughter Stormi with her boyfriend Travis Scott - has earned herself thanks to her confession either, as almond milk manufacturer Almond Breeze have announced plans to send the young star a huge supply of non-dairy milk.
Kylie baffled her fans earlier this week when she admitted online that she's only just tried milk with cereal after her best friend Jordyn Woods encouraged her.
She tweeted: "Last night i had cereal with milk for the first time. life changing. i always liked cereal dry i never bothered to put milk (sic)"
Taking to her Snapchat account hours later, she explained: "So I think people were a little confused when I tweeted that last night was the first time that I ever tried milk with my cereal. That is a fact. Everyone has their personal preference, I never preferred soggy cereal. I just really enjoyed my dry, crunchy cereal, and I know there are other people out there that agreed with me.
"So I think just as a young child, always eating dry cereal and never wanting to sog up my cereal, I've just got used to it where I never wanted to do it until last night until Jordyn [Woods, her best friend] said I want some cereal and milk and I was like: 'You know, tonight's the night and I'm going to try it.' "
However, the brunette beauty still isn't completely sold on the idea.
She explained: "I still prefer dry cereal but it was pretty fire and nothing was ever the same. I don't like to put too much though, I definitely like cereal with a side of milk. I'm really not being dramatic, it's not hitting the spot crazy."