Kylie Jenner legally changed her son’s name to Aire Webster earlier this summer, and her half-sister Khloé Kardashian just followed in her footsteps. The reality star legally changed the name of her son Tatum, her second child with Tristan Thompson.
When Tatum was born in July last year, the Good American co-founder initially simply listed his name as Baby Kardashian on his birth certificate. Kardashian and Thompson eventually settled on their son’s name together and decided to legally change it to Tatum Thompson shortly after his first birthday.
The 39-year-old reality star revealed Tatum’s name on Season 3 of The Kardashians back in May. He was born via surrogate in June last year, and she revealed that she had trouble connecting with her son at first, adding that she was very hard on herself despite not treating him any differently than her five-year-old daughter True.
“With True, it took me a couple of days to be like, ‘Okay, this is my daughter,’ and I was super into it – but just days. But with him, it’s taken me, like, months. I love him and I love kids, but I definitely still don’t have that complete bond. But you know, so many say it takes time,” said Kardashian during an episode of The Kardashians.