Kylie Jenner Addressed Her Views on Naming Her 7 Month Old Boy

Leave it to Kylie Jenner to maintain secrecy when it comes to her son's name.

Seven months after his birth, the world is still in the dark about the name of Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott's child. The founder of Kylie Cosmetics said that her son's name, Wolf, which she disclosed after giving birth in February, has not been changed legally during her interview on The Late Late Show With James Corden on Thursday (Sept. 8).

Kylie Jenner Addressed Her Views on Naming Her 7 Month Old Boy

Along with her mother, Kris Jenner, the founder of Kylie Cosmetics appeared on Thursday's episode of The Late Late Show with James Corden. When Kris and Kylie pointed out a knee injury that no one would have otherwise noticed, what had begun as an innocent visit to the show turned into a lie detector test for them.

The reality star clarified a few points regarding her and Travis Scott's stance on naming their 7-month-old newborn boy during an interview on The Late Late Show With James Corden on Thursday.

More than half a year after his birth, the mother of two verified his name legally remained Wolf — even on his passport. Back in March, a month after revealing their second kid was named Wolf, Kylie told fans the parents “didn't feel like it was him.”

Kylie Jenner Addressed Her Views on Naming Her 7 Month Old Boy

We haven't changed the name formally or legally, she remarked. Wolf, however, is not a permanent name. What is his name, Kylie reaffirmed, “That isn't going to be his name”?

She continued, “We don't name him Wolf. We simply aren't ready to share yet.

Travis reportedly continues to explore different naming possibilities. He'll alter it again one day because he'll think, “Ooh, this name's kind of good,” according to Kylie.

Despite the available names, the makeup mogul acknowledged they have settled on one. It's not an animal either. “There's a tremendous exclusive,” joked Corden.

We have some good possibilities, but we haven't formally changed it, she said in April. “Before I officially change it, I want to make sure,” she said.

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