What Has Kylie Jenner Named Her New Baby?
8 February 2022, 11:05
Kylie Jenner has welcomed her second baby with Travis Scott, but does the little one have a name yet?
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Kylie Jenner gave birth to her new baby on 2 February 2022, which also happens to be one day after daughter Stormi's birthday!
Cosmetics mogul Kylie and boyfriend Travis Scott announced the news on her Insta' with a photo of the tiny tot holding hands with big sister Stormi, alongside the date of the newborn's birthday, but left his name out of the caption.
Fans are eagerly awaiting more updates on the new baby, specifically what she and Travis have decided to name him.
What is Kylie Jenner's new baby's name?
Kylie Jenner's new baby boy's name hasn't been announced just yet, as it's been reported the mum-of-two and boyfriend Travis want to be sure they both 'love the name' before publicly announcing it.
The reality TV star hasn't yet confirmed whether her newborn is a baby boy or girl, but by the blue heart fans are pretty sure she and Travis have welcomed a son.
Some reckon Kylie may have named her new baby 'Angel', as the date '2/2/22' is considered an 'angel number'.
Momager Kris Jenner also left a comment backing up fans' theory when she wrote: "Angel pie."
There are also a lot of angel emojis in Kylie's Insta comments right now...
A year after she gave birth to Stormi, Kylie opened up to fans about her daughter's name, and how she had two other monikers on her baby name list that she would save for her future children.
Kylie revealed she chose 'Stormi' because it's what she called her daughter when she was pregnant with her, and even though she had other options for names she couldn't pick anything else.
"I felt like she chose her own name," Kylie explained in an Instagram Live. "I just couldn't imagine any other name other than Stormi."
She also said she'd already picked out a name for when she had a son.
When fans asked how many more children she'd like, she replied: "I really don't know. Right now, I don't have plans in the near future."
This was way back in 2019!