Sir and Rumi Carter have not even been alive one year, but they're already logging some impressive accomplishments. TMZ is reporting that Jay-Z has decided to pay tribute to his new children through a trademark linked to Ace Of Spades champagne, the company he acquired officially on 2014. Ace Of Spades reportedly filed documents for the trademark "Les Jumelles d'Armand de Brignac" in November. "Les Jumelles" translates to "the twins" in English, while "Armand de Brignac" is the original French name of the company.

It's unclear exactly what will come of this trademark, but it seems likely it could be used for a special bottle of Ace Of Spades that pays tributes to Jay-Z and Beyoncé's children.

Hov made headlines earlier this year when he spent over $90,000 on Ace of Spades in one night at the Playhouse in New York. That's 40 bottles of Ace of Spades and an $11,000 tip. If you don't believe us, you can take a look at the bill yourself.

Jay and Bey welcomed Sir and Rumi last summer. They shared the first photos of the twins in an Instagram photo that earned over 10 million likes. Unfortunately, it'll still be a while before they're able to taste the champagne that they inspired.