Despite her hints, Kylie Jenner has not yet made her seven-month-old baby…

Despite her hints, Kylie Jenner has not yet made her seven-month-old baby’s name public

After changing the name of the 7-month-old son of Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott to Wolf, she just provided a major hint, but she hasn’t yet decided to share it.

During an interview with James Corden on The Late Late Show on Thursday, the star of the reality television series Keeping Up With the Kardashians clarified that she had not changed her name formally or legally.

According to his passport, his name is still Wolf, but Jenner, 25, stated that was not going to be his name. All we’re doing is fuming and waiting. He doesn’t go by Wolf.

“Scott, 31, frequently comes up with wonderful names and changes the name again, so I’m not quite ready to share,” the “Kardashians” actress stated. Jenner said, “We have,” in response to Corden’s 44-year-old recommendation to concentrate on one.

When the late-night host inquired as to whether the nickname still had an animal connection, the reality star responded, “No.” Jenner welcomed her second kid in February, four years after welcoming daughter Stormi.

The cosmetics entrepreneur initially gave her child the name Wolf, but she informed her Instagram followers the next month. We just just didn’t think it was him, the Hulu star admitted via Stories in March. FYI, THE NAME OF OUR SON IS NO LONGER WOLF.

By April, Jenner had acknowledged to Extra that she had been reluctant to reveal the name of her child out of fear that she might alter it again. I felt compelled to post just because I keep seeing wolves everywhere. Jenner has also failed to include her baby in social media posts while keeping her son’s photos to herself.

But she has been candid in interviews about her postpartum struggles, most recently in a promo for season 2 of The Kardashians.

Even though Kendall Jenner had been continuously grieving for almost three weeks after giving birth, the founder of Kylie Cosmetics told her to be happy in the trailer.