Kylie Jenner’s son is formally legally named Aire Webster. Based on court docket paperwork obtained by Individuals, the mother of two filed to have his identify legally modified from Wolf Jacques (the identify she initially introduced in 2022) on June 22. The documented change got here 16 months after Aire was born on Feb. 2, 2022, and 5 months after Jenner lastly revealed his new identify to the world.
Based on Jenner, the identify Wolf by no means felt like a match for her second baby, and in a teaser for the finale of “The Kardashians” season three, she revealed she’d “never” known as him that. When the episode aired on July 27, Jenner mentioned she virtually instantly regretted sharing the moniker Wolf with the world after giving start. “That night, I cried in the shower and I was like, ‘That’s not his name. What did I just do? Wolf?'” she recalled. “Someone just told me this 24 hours ago and I just named my son Wolf. Like it wasn’t even — it wasn’t even on the list!”
In a confessional, Jenner provided recommendation about understanding when to seek out the best identify for a child. “Find your name before your hormones start raging and you have the child,” she mentioned, including of her determination, “It was the hormones that took me out. It was like, I’m too emotional. He’s so special to me. There’s not a name good enough for him.”
Additionally within the finale, Jenner broke down the particular Hebrew which means behind Aire’s identify. “I just always wanted a name for him that had meaning,” she advised good friend Anastasia Karanikolaou. She shared that her son’s identify means “Lion of God.”
On Jan. 21, days earlier than Aire’s first birthday, Jenner shared the primary photographs of her lovable son on Instagram alongside the caption, “AIRE ,” confirming his identify. It is unclear precisely when she and ex-boyfriend Travis Scott selected the brand new identify.
Shortly after Jenner welcomed her second baby with Scott, she was fast to make clear her plans to vary her child boy’s unique identify: Wolf Jacques Webster. “His name is still Wolf. His passport’s Wolf, but that isn’t gonna be his name,” she defined throughout a Sept. 8, 2022, look on “The Late Late Show With James Corden.” “We’re just waiting. . . . We don’t call him Wolf.”
As we now know, the reported exes settled on the identify Aire for his or her son, which suggests “lion of God” in Hebrew, per Nameberry. Jenner’s household seems to like the little boy’s new moniker, as her large sister Khloé Kardashian commented on her January Instagram publish, “The king!!! Young king!!!!! “
Aire actually appears like a bit of king within the preliminary photographs Jenner shared of him. Within the first pic, he seems to be pouting whereas his mother holds him on her hip for a mirror selfie. Within the second, he rocks a child beanie. And within the final picture, he is sitting in his excessive chair having fun with one thing purple that he has on his bib and lips. Since then, Jenner has shared extra glimpses of her son on social media — together with in a Could 14 Instagram publish for Mom’s Day, which exhibits him in snaps together with his large sister, 5-year-old Stormi.
Why Did Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott Change Their Son’s Identify?
Throughout Jenner’s look on The Late Late Present, Corden requested the reality-TV star the place she was within the course of of fixing her son’s identify. She responded, “We haven’t officially legally changed the name.” The host then requested what she calls her son. She mentioned coyly, “We’re just not ready to share yet. We’re not officially going to change it until maybe . . .” earlier than trailing off. Nonetheless, Jenner did affirm she and Scott (largely) landed on a reputation on the time.
Following up on her assertion within the Sept. 29, 2022, episode of “The Kardashians,” Jenner admitted, “We really didn’t have a name [when he was born]. I just thought it was gonna come to us when we saw him. And it didn’t.” When it got here right down to signing their son’s start certificates, Jenner and Scott have been compelled to make a snap determination. “We had to sign the birth certificate — or else they register him without a name or Social Security number — so I felt the pressure to choose a name.”
After Khloé advised the identify Wolf, Jenner determined to roll with it however instantly regretted her determination. “We put Wolf Webster in that moment, and right after I signed the birth certificate, I was like, ‘What did I just do?'” she mentioned. “Travis actually still changes his name a few times. He’ll come back and be like, ‘I really like this name.’ And then, for the day, he’ll call him that. And I’m like, ‘We can’t do this again.'”
When Did Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott Change Their Son’s Identify?
Jenner and Scott first sparked confusion about their son’s identify on March 21, 2022, six weeks after they welcomed him. “FYI our sons name isn’t Wolf anymore,” Jenner advised followers on her Instagram Tales simply hours after sharing photographs of Aire’s nursery and customized Chrome Hearts stroller. “We just really didn’t feel like it was him. Just wanted to share because I keep seeing Wolf everywhere.”
Jenner’s sister Kim Kardashian shared an replace on her nephew’s identify throughout an April 2022 look on “Live With Kelly and Ryan.” “There’s one name, I think, lingering, but she really wants to make sure,” Kardashian mentioned. “It’s such a really big decision, honestly. It’s the hardest thing ever in life: to name a child.”
Throughout the season two finale of “The Kardashians,” which aired in November 2022, Jenner doubled down on altering her son’s identify. It is unclear when the episode was filmed, however she mentioned, “My baby’s name is still Wolf.” “I’ll let you guys know when I change it,” she added. “Maybe I’ll tell you guys in season three.”
Seems followers did not have to attend till season three (which premiered in Could) in any case. As a substitute, Jenner determined to share little Aire with the world earlier than he even turned 1.