The Kardashians have officially added another distinctive name to their family tree.
Kylie Jenner has finally decided on a name for her 11-month-old son, Aire, and revealed it to fans on Saturday.
When her son Wolf was born last February, the 25-year-old make-up mogul said that she and Travis Scott had named him Wolf.
However, the actress then said that they had changed their minds, and the brunette beauty eventually revealed her toddler’s genuine name, which means Lion of God, over the weekend.
Kylie was quick to clear up any confusion over the new name’s pronunciation when a fan site published her Instagram picture – which contained the first-ever photos of the baby’s face – and asked whether it ‘was pronounced Air or Airey’.
She replied: ‘AIR’, alongside a heart emoji.
Kylie previously stated that she and the rapper, whose real name is Jacques Webster, felt Wolf wasn’t the right name for their child.
She wrote on Instagram at the time: ‘FYI our sons name isn’t Wolf anymore. We just really didn’t feel like it was him. Just wanted to share because I keep seeing Wolf everywhere. [sic]’
The Kylie Cosmetics creator claimed in September that she realised she didn’t want to name her baby Wolf as soon as she signed his birth certificate, but that she had ‘felt the pressure’ to choose a name immediately due to the formal registration process.
Kylie commented: ‘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.
‘Twenty-four 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.’
Kylie, who has a four-year-old daughter Stormi with Travis, told her mother Kris Jenner that they now ‘know his formal name’ but will not make it public ‘because God forbid we change it again’.