Kylie Jenner has named her son Aire.
The 25-year-old make-up mogul initially announced that she'd named her baby boy Wolf Webster, before having a change of heart - and she's now taken to social media to confirm his actual name, and to share the first-ever photos of him.
Alongside some behind-the-scenes photos of her baby boy, Kylie wrote on Instagram: "AIRE [heart emoji] (sic)"
Kris Jenner, Kylie's mom, quickly replied: "I love you Aire Webster."
Kylie - who has Aire, 11 months, and Stormi, four, with rap star Travis Scott - chose to change her son's name after deciding that Wolf didn't suit his personality.
The brunette beauty previously took to the photo-sharing platform to explain the reason for the change.
She wrote: "FYI our sons 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. (sic)"
Meanwhile, Kylie announced the name change shortly after she reportedly split from Travis.
The reality star - who previously dated rap star Tyga - is said to be "focused on her kids and her business" for the time being.
A source shared: "She spent the holidays in Aspen with her family. They have split several times in the past and this is probably not the end of their relationship."
The celebrity duo - who split in 2019, before rekindling their romance amid the COVID-19 pandemic - are also in very different places in their lives at the moment.
The insider explained: "Kylie is very focused on her kids and her business. She is not a big partier.
"Travis is the opposite. He likes to party. They definitely have different focuses. They always did."