Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott File To Legally Change Their Son’s Name to Aire!
The baby formally known as Wolf Jacques Webster is now officially and legally known as Aire Webster. After their son was born, Kylie and Travis decided to change his name because he didn't feel like a “Wolf” to her.
Now that she has decided on Aire, all of the legal paperwork has been turned in, and the name change is official. Since Travis Scott's real name is Jacques Bermon Webster II, his parents decided to drop Jacques as his middle name to give him his own name.
According to TMZ, the famous parents said they “regret[ted] the initial name choice” and that “now that they've had time to spend with their baby, they think the name Aire Webster is a better fit.”
Jenner and Scott both signed the petition, and they are now waiting for the name change to be finalised by the courts.
The “Kardashians” star, who is 25, and the rapper, who is 31, said that they had changed their son's name in March 2022, a month after he was born.
The boy's parents didn't even officially say what his name was until they were ready to say that it would be changed to Aire. Fans spent weeks trying to figure out what Kylie's hidden codes meant. Kylie and Travis officially gave up on the unusual name when Aire was 11 months old.
“We just didn't think it could be him. I just wanted to share because I keep seeing Wolf everywhere, “Kylie wrote this in January on her IG Story.
There are a few ideas about why Kylie changed her son's name. One is that the beauty mogul and her ex-best friend Tammy Hembrow were competing with each other.
Wolf was six years old when Kylie's son was born. He was Tammy's son. In an Instagram post where she posed with her oldest child, Tammy made a subtle dig at her ex-best friend's choice of name.
The Australian model put one arm around Wolf and the other over her baby bump as she and Wolf smiled at each other. She just wrote “My Wolf” as the caption, which is the name of her oldest child.
Even if the caption wasn't meant to be mean to Kylie, people thought it was.
“The OG wolf,” said one person in response to the post.
After a lot of people pointed out Kylie's possible baby name inspiration, someone else said, “I'm glad I'm not the only one who got it right away and went to Tammy's page.”
At the time, she didn't say anything about dropping his father's name as his middle name, but now it's clear that's also what happened.