Kylie Jenner reveals how to pronounce her son's very unique name

Kylie Jenner explains how to pronounce her son’s unique name… after finally sharing the moniker and snaps of his face for the first time

Kylie Jenner has answered everybody’s question and explained how to pronounce her son’s unique name.

Earlier on Saturday, the 25-year-old cosmetics mogul shared pictures of her 11-month-old son’s face for the first time and revealed his name is Aire. She then shared that the unique moniker is pronounced ‘air.’

The reality star finally unveiled the mystery ahead of his first birthday on February 2 and just two weeks after she reportedly split from 31-year-old rapper Travis Scott – with whom she also shares four-year-old daughter Stormi.

Big revelation: Kylie Jenner, 25, revealed that her baby son’s unique name Aire is pronounced ‘air’

After the mother-of-two announced the news, a fan account shared photos of Aire from Kylie’s post and prompted the question: ‘Do you think it’s pronounced air or airey?’

To answer the question and clarify, Kylie commented ‘AIR’ alongside a red heart emoji. 

Kylie and Travis welcomed their son together on February 2, 2022.

Question answered: After the mother-of-two announced the news of her baby’s name, a fan account questioned how to pronounce it, and Kylie took to the comments to deliver the answer

Adorable: The TV personality shared a photo series that showcased her 11-month-old son’s face for the first time almost a year after his birth

Originally, the former couple had named him ‘Wolf’ but opted to change his name after deciding it didn’t fit his personality. 

Almost a year later after his birth, The Kardashians star uploaded an Instagram photo series and penned the simple caption, ‘Aire,’ to announce to her 378 million fans and followers her son’s new name. 

The first snap that she shared was an adorable mirror selfie she had taken as she held her Aire in her arm. 

Mother-son duo: The cosmetics mogul also uploaded a snap of herself cuddling with her son as he flashed a happy smile on his face

In the photo, Kylie opted for comfort wearing a long-sleeved, cropped olive-colored hoodie along with matching sweatpants.

The star’s brunette locks were easily swept away from her face and styled into a messy up do for the day. 

Her youngest child was also casual in a blue shark ensemble as the TV personality gave a full glimpse of Aire’s face for the first time. 

Special meaning: The Kylie Cosmetics founder’s son’s new name, Aire, has the special meaning of Lion of God

The Kylie Cosmetics founder held her large smart phone partially in front of her face as she took the selfie in what appeared to be in a modern and spacious bathroom.

She then shared a cute photo of Aire sitting comfortably on a cream-colored couch while sporting a stylish, black beanie on top of his curly locks. 

He glanced up for the picture with one hand balanced on the edge of a laundry basket. 

Excited responses: Social media users and celebrities – including her sister Khloe Kardashian and mother Kris Jenner – were quick to jump into the comment section and share their love

She also uploaded a snap of herself cuddling with her son as he flashed a happy smile on his face with a vintage filter over the adorable photo.

The last picture she added into the series included a close-up of her nearly one-year-old sitting in a high-chair with a smudge of food on his face and bib as warm sunlight streamed in through a nearby window. 

Social media users were quick to comment on the big revelation, including her sister, Khloe Kardashian, who penned, ‘The king!!! Young king!!!!!!’

Mini-me: The businesswoman also shares her four-year-old daughter Stormi with rapper Travis Scott, 31

Kylie’s mother, Kris Jenner, also shared her own thoughts to her daughter and grandson, writing out, ‘I love you Aire Webster,’ followed by a red heart emoji. 

Close friend Hailey Bieber added a strew of crying face emojis and typed out, ‘Aire angel,’ with other pal, Carter Gregory, penning, ‘KING AIRE,’ referencing to the meaning of her son’s name. 

During an interview on The Late Late Show With James Cordon last year in September, Kylie had hinted on her plans to change her son’s original name, Wolf. 

Taking a ‘break’: The special announcement made on Saturday comes shortly after Kylie and Travis have reportedly decided to take a ‘break’ just two weeks ago

‘We haven’t officially legally changed the name,’ she had stated on the show at the time. ‘His name is still Wolf. His passport’s Wolf, but that isn’t gonna be his name. We’re just waiting.’  

The special announcement made on Saturday comes shortly after Kylie and Travis have reportedly decided to take a ‘break.’ 

A source close to the stars told Entertainment Tonight: ‘The two have had an up and down relationship.’

‘And although they aren’t together right now, it doesn’t mean it’s over for good,’ the insider further added to the publication. The source then opened up about the reasoning behind the ‘break.’ 

Mother of two: The former couple welcomed their daughter Stormi in February 2018 and their son Aire four years later during the same month

‘Kylie and Travis live different lifestyles and that’s been a big issue. With two kids, Kylie doesn’t go out too much. Travis on the other hand lives a life of late nights in the studio and going out with friends.’ 

The insider concluded that both the reality star and rapper will still maintain a healthy co-parenting relationship to raise their two children, explaining that, ‘The two love and respect each other…’

Although the former couple have had ups and downs with their romance, the two welcomed their daughter in 2018, and their son last year in 2022. Their children will both be turning one year older next month in February. 

Kylie has shared snaps of Stormi and Aire on social media in the past but has not shown her son’s face up until now. 

In the past: Kylie has shared glimpses of her children, including Aire, on social media in the past, but has not shown her son’s face up until now, shortly before his first birthday

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