Kylie Jenner has announced the name of her second child with Travis Scott, after welcoming the baby earlier this month.
At the beginning of the week, the beauty mogul and reality star shared a black-and-white photo on Instagram showing her daughter Stormi holding her younger brother’s hand, with the caption: ‘2/2/22’ alongside a blue heart emoji.
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People rushed to congratulate the couple, with the 24-year-old’s social media post accumulating over 21million likes.
In a new update shared on her Instagram Story, she revealed that they have named the baby Wolf Webster, with 30-year-old Travis’ real name being Jacques Berman Webster II.
The couple’s first child, Stormi, was born in February 2018, with her fourth birthday arriving a day before the birth of her sibling.
Kylie and Travis first started dating in 2017, splitting briefly two years later before getting back together.
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When she announced that she had given birth, her friends, family and fans flooded the comments of the post with congratulatory messages.
Kylie’s sister Kourtney Kardashian posted ‘Mommy of two life’ with a love heart and prayer hand emoji, while momager Kris Jenner simply wrote: ‘Angel Pie.’
Khloe and Kim Kardashian shared blue love hearts for a boy, and other stars including Normani, Hailey Bieber and Malika Haqq were among those expressing their happiness over the news.
Caitlyn Jenner recently confirmed that she’s already met her new grandchild, saying that Kylie is ‘doing great’.
During an appearance on Good Morning Britain, the media personality said: ‘The family is growing. Kylie had her little boy, it was announced the other day – I’ve got to be very quiet and sensitive when I talk about the family.’
In January, Kylie was thrown a spectacular giraffe-themed baby shower, where she received a Dior pushchair worth $4,900 (£3,500).
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