Kylie Jenner Holds Off Legally Changing Baby’s Name as Travis Scott Always Comes Up With New Moniker

The beauty mogul claims her baby daddy has a bunch of new names for their son after the couple regret naming the baby Wolf shortly after announcing it to public.

AceShowbizKylie Jenner regrets naming her son Wolf as soon as she signed his birth certificate. Shortly after announcing the tot’s moniker, the Kylie Cosmetics founder and her partner Travis Scott – whose real name is Jacques Webster – revealed they had had a change of heart although haven’t publicly shared his new name.

The pair welcomed their little boy into the world in February this year and Kylie has now admitted she “felt the pressure” to choose a name because of the legal process to register the tot’s birth.

“We didn’t really have a name, I just thought it was going to come to us when we saw him and it didn’t,” she said when speaking on the latest episode of “The Kardashians“. “24 hours before we had to sign the birth certificate, or else they just register him without a name and he doesn’t get a social security number… “

“So I felt the pressure to choose a name, and then Khloe said, the day before we sign, ‘What about Wolf?’ I like the WW, so we just put Wolf Webster in that moment. Right after I signed the birth certificate, I was like, ‘What did I just do?’ It’s a part of his story but his name has changed.”

The 25-year-old beauty – who also has four-year-old daughter Stormi with Travis – told her mother Kris Jenner that they now “know his official name” but don’t plan to make it public “because God forbid we change it again.”

And Kylie admitted her partner regularly comes home with a new name to try out for their son. She admitted in a confessional they still haven’t “legally changed” the baby’s name, partly because Travis “still changes his name a few times.”

She added, “He’ll come back and be like, ‘I really like this name,’ and for the day he’ll call him that. I’m like, we can’t do this again.” She jokingly added, “I’m waiting for him to just name himself.”

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