Kylie Jenner has finally shared the name of her son with the world. She also shared photos of the baby boy. Over the weekend, the Kylie Cosmetics founder, 25, shared photos of her and Travis Scott’s 11-month-old son on Instagram, revealing his name for the first time in the caption: “AIRE.”
According to a source (per People), the name means “Lion of God.” Kris Jenner commented on the post, “I love you Aire Webster.” Sister Khloe Kardashian commented, “The king!!! Young king!!!!!” Brother Brody Jenner said, “adorable.” She and Scott, 31, welcomed their son last February and initially named him Wolf Jacques. However, she shared on her Instagram Story a month later that her son’s 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.” She did not say whether his middle name Jacques was also being changed.
The name-change announcement came just hours after Kylie premiered a new YouTube video dedicated to her newborn. The video is titled “To Our Son.” The clip featured footage throughout Kylie’s second pregnancy journey. It starts when mom Kris found out about the happy news to the delivery room just before her baby boy was born on February 2. The Kardashians star did the same with her first-born, Stormi Wesbter, 4.
A source told People that Kylie’s pregnancy with her son was “very different” than her first one. “After she had Stormi, she bounced back quickly. She was also resting more and took a huge step back by keeping her pregnancy to herself. As a working mom with a toddler, her pregnancy with Wolf was very different. She experienced more stress trying to balance everything,” said the insider. The source also noted that Kylie is “surprised that her recovery after Wolf has been more of a struggle.” She “expected it to be easier.”
They added, “She wants to be honest about it though. She has help and is still exhausted. She has a great support system and is focused on taking care of herself too. She loves being a mom and wants to be the best possible.”