According to reports, Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott are apparently unhappy with the name they chose for their son last year and have filed legal documents to change it. The couple is seeking to rename their one-year-old child from Wolfe Jacques Webster to Aire Webster.
The legal name of Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner's son is being changed, as the couple has applied for it.
The couple announced the arrival of their second child in February last year and later disclosed his name as Wolf Jacques Webster.
Shortly after, they acknowledged that the name did not suit their child and changed their minds about it.
"Fyi our son's name isn't Wolf anymore," she wrote on Instagram.
"We just really didn't feel like it was him. Just wanted to share because I keep seeing Wolf everywhere."
For several months, the public eagerly anticipated the name that Jenner and Scott would choose for their unborn child.
Fans begged for updates on Instagram, but they had to wait until November last year to receive any hint.
The couple opted for the name Aire.
While some fans applauded Kylie and Travis for selecting a charming name, others were concerned that the name "Aire" could be misinterpreted as a reference to a "penis" if spoken out loud in Arabic.
Indeed, that did occur.
It seems that the couple did not officially update their baby boy's name until recently, even though they had already revealed it to the public.
TMZ reports that the couple has submitted the required documentation to alter their son's name from Wolf to Aire.
Allegedly, the couple conveyed remorse for their initial choice of the name Wolf Jacques Webster in their official application.
"Now that Petitioners have had the chance to spend time with their baby, they believe the name Aire Webster is a better fit," the document reportedly says.
When signing her son's birth certificate, Jenner recognized that she might want to change his name, but she had to record something at the time.
She made a statement during an interaction with James Corden in September: "We had to quickly sign the birth certificate, and then I knew the second I signed the birth certificate that I was probably gonna change his name."
"It just didn't suit him."
"We haven't legally changed his name yet. We're in the process, so it just wouldn't feel right to share anything when we don't have an official name."
Now, they have decided on Aire, and he joins their first child, Stormi, who was born in 2018.
The couple separated between the births of their two children, but they reconciled after spending time together during the lockdown, for the well-being of their daughter.