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Kylie Jenner confirms how to pronounce her new baby's name

Daisy Phillipson

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Kylie Jenner confirms how to pronounce her new baby's name

Featured Image Credit: @kyliejenner/Instagram

Kylie Jenner fans can finally rest easy, as the reality TV star has confirmed how to pronounce her new baby's name.

The cosmetics mogul currently shares daughter Stormi, four, and a 11-month-old boy with rapper Travis Scott.

Many people were interested in what she'd decided to call her new arrival, having initially landed with 'Wolf Jacques Webster'.

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However, the couple decided to change the name as they 'didn't feel like it was him'.

Kylie Jenner has revealed how to pronounce her new baby's name. Credit: @kyliejenner/Instagram
Kylie Jenner has revealed how to pronounce her new baby's name. Credit: @kyliejenner/Instagram

Back in March, Jenner took to Instagram to announce: "Fyi our 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."

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On Saturday (21 January), the 25-year-old put fans out of their misery with a massive reveal on Instagram.

As well as sharing photos showing her boy's face for the first time, she also revealed the name: Aire.

People quickly started asking how to pronounce the unique moniker, but rather than leaving them hanging, she replied in the comments section to say it's the same as 'air'.

So, that's Stormi and Aire – who knew Kylie was such a huge fan of the weather?

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It'll come as no surprise that the post has received millions of likes, as well as thousands of comments from friends, family and fans.

That includes Aire's grandma Kris Jenner who said, "I love you Aire Webster," alongside a heart emoji.

Meanwhile, Khloe Kardashian wrote, "The king!!! Young king!!!!"

Friend Hailey Bieber simply commented, "Aire angel."

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Introducing Aire Webster. Credit: @kyliejenner/Instagram
Introducing Aire Webster. Credit: @kyliejenner/Instagram

But not everyone's a fan of the name, with some suggesting it means something rather rude in another language.

As said by one: "If you know Arabic, this name is not the best choice…" To which another replied saying that it translates to 'my penis'.

However, plenty of people jumped to defend Kylie's decision, including this person, who said: "It’s not even the same spelling so what are y’all blabbing about?"

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Elsewhere in Jenner land, the youngest of the Jenner sisters is swiftly developing a reputation for frivolous plane use, having previously been called out for taking a flight which lasted a grand total of three minutes.

However, they recently came under fire for appearing to fly in them separately, despite seemingly taking off and landing in exactly the same airports as one another.

A Twitter page named Celebrity Jets - which documents the travels of the rich and famous, from the likes of Jenner to other celebs such as Drake and Taylor Swift - revealed the suspiciously similar-looking journeys.

The pair came under fire for supposedly flying in separate jets to and from the same locations. Credit: INSTAR Images LLC/ Alamy Stock Photo
The pair came under fire for supposedly flying in separate jets to and from the same locations. Credit: INSTAR Images LLC/ Alamy Stock Photo

To many climate activists' horror, both planes 'took off near Miami, Florida, US. Going to Van Nuys, California, US (VNY, Van Nuys Airport)', with each travelling just over five hours.

Environmentalists quickly commented on Jenner and her baby daddy when the info dropped last month.

One person took to Reddit in their rage: "Why aren’t they traveling together in the same jet if they are literally leaving the same place and going to the same destination? Just adds more fuel to the fire of 'PR RELATIONSHIP'."

A second dismissed any speculation surrounding the genuine nature of Scott and Jenner's relationship and simply resolved: "I don’t care if it’s real or fake, they don’t need to be in a real relationship to fly in the same jet! Those rat b**tards!"

UNILAD has contacted Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott for comment.

Topics: Celebrity, Kylie Jenner, Kardashians, Parenting, Travis Scott

Daisy Phillipson
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