Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott legally apply to change son's name

The couple has been blessed with two children, Stormi and Aire.

Travis Scott & Kylie Jenner
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Kylie Jenner revealed in January that she and Travis Scott had decided to rename their son Aire after abandoning his original name. 

Aire was originally named Wolf Webster, but Kylie revealed a name change on January 22 though yesterday they took a step to file for a name change legally. 

As a gift for his first birthday, Kylie wrote in an Instagram post: “AIRE. My son, my moon, my stars. Best year of my life with you. You complete us my angel. Mommy loves you. Happy 1st birthday. May God always bless you.”


In the court documents, Kylie and Travis expressed regret for the choice of name stating that after spending time with the baby, they realized the name does not fit the baby's personality.

"Petitioners regret the initial name choice of Wolf Jacques Webster. Now that the Petitioners have had the chance to spend time with their baby, they believe the name Aire Webster is a better fit."

Kylie and Travis met at Coachella Festival, where the rapper was performing in 2017. The two began their on-and-off relationship and after two years of dating and welcoming their first child, Stormi, they broke up. 


In 2021, the two decided to rekindle their relationship, but after a year, they decided to end it due to their different lifestyles. Kylie is more of an indoor person who is preoccupied with her children and her business, whereas Travis Scott is an outdoor person who enjoys partying.

Despite, the break up the two were still in communication and are co-parenting to rise their children.

Kylie has also been in a long-term relationship with the American rapper, Tyga.

The two met when Kylie was 14 years of age and despite the rumour of the two dating they denied it till Kylie reached a legal age, the couple made their relationship very public with Tyga including references to her in his songs and featuring her in his music videos.

Their relationship was featured on the reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians until April 2017, when they split up.