Kylie Jenner's Child's New Name Isn't Legal Yet
It's been over a year since Kylie Jenner had her second kid with rapper Travis Scott. She then changed the infant boy's name from Wolf.
After considerable conjecture, the reality star revealed their son's name was Aire Webster right before his first birthday.
The on-off couple is still completing paperwork to legalize the name change, so the ordeal isn't ended yet.
Kim Kardashian's little sister had insisted that "Wolf" wasn't a suitable fit for her baby child, and Wolfgang Van Halen couldn't hide his excitement with the name change.
Aire, which means "Lion of God," was removed from the court file in tribute to Travis Scott, whose birth name is Jacques Webster.
Kylie Jenner had previously said they hadn't formally changed their son's name, thus she hadn't publicized it.
She claimed she didn't want to announce a new name only to have the couple change it again.
That made sense, but one had to question what compelled her in January to start tweeting images of her son's face and identify his name, Aire, despite the formal papers not being filed yet.
Maybe it was the fact that she and Travis Scott broke up again, or that the news came weeks before the baby's first birthday.
When the youngest Kar-Jenner sister posted many photographs from an Aspen holiday without her boyfriend, fans speculated that the on-off couple was over again.
Kylie Jenner has been celebrating a bikini winter with thirst posts.
The beauty entrepreneur didn't wait until The Kardashians Season 3 launched on Hulu to reveal Aire's name, as she teased at the end of Season 2.