Kylie Jenner explained to James Corden why she hasn't revealed her son's new name yet.
Although they initially named him Wolf Jacques Webster, they later said they changed the unique title as they 'didn't feel like it was him'.
The topic of conversation was brought up when Kylie and her mum Kris Jenner appeared on the latest episode of The Late Late Show With James Corden.
When the host asks the 25-year-old influencer where she's at with the name of her seven month old son, she reveals that they haven't officially changed it from Wolf.
She says: "We haven't officially, legally changed the name. His name is still Wolf. His passport’s Wolf but that isn’t going to be his name. We’re just waiting."
But when Corden asks whether they still call him Wolf at home, Kylie says no, leaving the host digging for answers.
Kylie then explains that they're 'just not ready to share yet', as Travis tends to change his mind over what name suits their baby.
So anyone hoping to know what the celebrity couple call their baby will have to wait until they've landed on a definite title.
The child previously known as Wolf was born on February 2, just one day after big sister Stormi celebrated her 4th birthday.
Jenner and Scott confirmed the news of their son's birth on February 6, announcing his ultimately short-lived name less than a week later on February 11.
The reality star previously admitted that she knew she would want to change her son's name the moment she signed his birth certificate, but they had to put something down.
"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," she said in an interview with USA Today.
"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."
Wolf came from a suggestion her sister Khloe made, and while Jenner was a fan of the name, she simply didn't feel that it was a fit for her son.
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