Kylie Jenner Files To Legally Change Son’s Name A Year After He Was Born

After a long wait, Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott have finally legally changed their baby’s name.

The star already has one child with partner Travis Scott. Stormi was born in 2018, so is now 4 years old.

Then came their second child, a son, and she originally announced her baby boy’s name shortly after his birth. However, she quickly backtracked, saying: “We just really didn’t feel like it was him.”

Wolf was the boy’s original name, but Kylie and Travis said in March 2022 that they were changing it since they thought it didn’t fit their son. Only a few weeks had passed since his birth when the decision was made.

But now, the pair have now made their name change official!

On The Kardashians, Kylie gave fans an update on the name situation. She said: “This year has been very transformative for me. There’s so many amazing things that I’m really excited about. To hang out with my babies and really dive into my work.”

However, then she revealed the news…

A few weeks before the child’s first birthday in January, Kylie made his new name public.

She shared on Instagram that her son’s new name is Aire. The name is supposedly of Hebrew ancestry and means “Lion of God.”

According to TMZ, The documents state that Kylie and Travis support the modification and that they both signed the petition that is now being reviewed by the courts.

In the docs, it has been revealed that both parents said they “regret the initial name choice of Wolf Jacques Webster. Now that Petitioners have had the chance to spend time with their baby, they believe the name Aire Webster is a better fit.”

But it seems not everyone is a fan of the new name, one social media user wrote: “Those poor adorable kids……gonna grow up spoiled rotten and made fun of because of their names. But at least the parents can afford good security for them. But still sad adults have to mock them on social media because they have nothing better to do. They can’t help what their parents do.”

While another wrote: “I mean did she file his name the day he was born? What are the laws in cali for that? Where I am we have like 3 months or so now I’m sure we knew the kids name before he was 3 months surely she didn’t file it that fast?”

“OK from Wolf to Aire, his name got to come with some sort of manual showing us how to pronounce it and stuff otherwise we gonn call him wolf,” a third joked. 

Another added: “I really feel sorry for Kylie. She first named him wolf the whole internet made fun of it. Then she changed the name made it a secret for a year and now everybody is making fun of it AGAIN. Who cares what meaning his name has in a language thousand kilometres away from the US.”

It seems no matter what name she chooses, there’s always going to be some kind of controversy.

What do you think?

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