Kylie Jenner reveals she hasn’t legally changed her son’s name yet: ‘We’re in the process’
Kylie Jenner hasn’t legally changed her son’s name yet.
The 24-year-old reality star revealed in an interview with USA Today that she was ‘in the process’ of changing her surname and the moment she signed her birth certificate she knew she was going to give him a different name .
“We had to sign the birth certificate quickly, and then I knew I signed the birth certificate that I was probably going to change her name,” Kylie told the publication.
‘We haven’t legally changed her name yet’: Kylie Jenner’s second child’s name hasn’t changed legally yet
‘It just didn’t suit him. We haven’t legally changed his name yet. We are in the process, so when we don’t have an official name it won’t be right to share anything.
Kylie and her boyfriend Travis Scott welcomed their second child together in February 2021, a son they originally named Wolf.
But in March, Kylie revealed that she’s changed her moniker.
‘FYI ours’ [son’s] The name is no longer Wolf,’ Kylie wrote on Instagram at the time. ‘We didn’t feel like it was him. Just wanted to share because I keep seeing Wolf everywhere.’
Baby makes four! Kylie and her boyfriend Travis Scott welcomed their second child together in February 2021, a son they originally named Wolf
Kylie had yet to decide on a name for her second child until True Thompson’s third birthday party took place over the weekend.
The child was given a gift basket, but was identified only as ‘Baby Webster’ in the recipient’s name tag.
Fans commented on social media that if Kylie’s second child was given a name, it would have been used on the gift basket.
what’s in a name? Fans notice that there is no name in the gift basket for their son
With the writing of ‘Baby Webster’ it appears that a name has yet to be chosen.
Kylie and Travis first chose the name Wolf but then decided it was not suitable for the little one and scrapped it.
Last week Kylie told Extra: ‘We just haven’t completely legalized it or anything to change it. So I don’t want to announce a new name and then change it again. So, yes, we are not ready to share.’
Oh friend! ‘We had to sign the birth certificate quickly, and then I knew on the second birth certificate I signed that I was probably going to change her name,’ Kylie told USA Today.