The 24-year-old reality star gave birth to her son, whom she shares with Travis Scott, last month but decided that his name “didn’t suit him” soon after he arrived.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashian’s star originally named the child Wolf but opted to change to the parent’s more preferred name, a move which mirrored her experience with Stormi.
Kylie’s daughter was born in 2018 and the mother of two discussed the name switch with make-up YouTube star James Charles.
She said: “It was always Stormie with an ‘-ie’. I bought custom things for her that said her name, ‘-ie’. I bought her the blocks, ‘-ie’. I didn’t fully choose her name, I wanted to have a week of just me and her to see if I wanted to change it.”
The influencer continued to talk about the last minute change and said that she had “one other name in mind” but Stormi “always felt like her name,” even when she was “still in the womb”.
The Instagram star, who is worth a reported $1 billion, insisted that Stormi “almost chose her name”.
Kylie admitted that she changed her mind when she went to sign the birth certificate and decided to knock off the suffix “right then and there”.
Travis is the father of both Kylie’s children, the youngest of whom was born just weeks ago.
The child’s name is yet to be revealed but Kylie took to Instagram to confirm that he was not called Wolf anymore because she “keeps seeing [the name] everywhere”.
Caitlyn Jenner was questioned by Entertainment Tonight over the name of her baby, to which she said that she “could not tell”.
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We have discussed this a lot. I think I have a lot of experience on naming people, especially trying to name yourself, and it’s very difficult.”
Caitlyn went on to say that once you “get a baby in your arms” and “play with them,” people can begin to reconsider their name choices.