Biggest Kardashian mystery cracked

Saturday - 24/09/2022 10:39
A snippet from the upcoming season of The Kardashians may have accidentally revealed one of the family’s tightest-held secrets.

Khloe Kardashian’s daughter True has possibly revealed her aunt Kylie Jenner’s son’s name, according to fans.

The questionable moment occurred during the season two premiere of The Kardashians, which dropped on Thursday, The Sun reported.

In the scene, Khloe FaceTimed her four-year-old daughter from her hospital room while holding her newborn baby boy following his birth.

Much of the episode focused on Khloe’s journey to becoming a mother-of-two in the wake of her baby daddy, Tristan Thompson’s love child scandal.
 

A phone call between Khloe and True may have revealed the family’s big secret.
 

Viewers were later introduced to Khloe and Tristan’s second child, who they welcomed via surrogate, as cameras were rolling at the time of his birth.

At one point, the Good American founder called her eldest child to meet her little brother when True blurted out a name unbeknown to fans.

“Who do you want to see?” Khloe, 38, asked the tot through the screen.

“Baby brother,” she excitingly responded.
 

True met her baby brother in a FaceTime call with her mum.
True met her baby brother in a FaceTime call with her mum.
 

Khloe turned the camera toward her sleeping baby, cradled in her arms.

“Hi Snowy!” True greeted the newborn with a giant grin on her face.

“His name is not Snowy,” Khloe corrected her while giggling.

While the Hulu star’s son may not have the moniker “Snowy,” fans are convinced that someone in the Kardashian/Jenner clan holds the name.

FANS THEORY

TikToker Marissa Spagnoli shared her thoughts in a video on Thursday, theorising that “Snowy” is the name of Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott‘s second child.

The social media influencer referenced the scene in the episode, pointing out how much it goes with Kylie and Travis’ firstborn child, Stormi.

“Snowy? Snowy and Stormi! Snowy baby! It has a ring,” she commented.

Other fans agreed as another questioned if True leaked her cousin‘s name in the clip.

“Okay, I think Kylie’s BABY‘S name is Snowie. Because true called her brother Snowie lol like what other little baby would she think is Snowie?” they wrote in an online thread.

A second user was intrigued by the thought, replying: “interesting theory.”
 

Travis and Kylie with their eldest daughter, Stormi. Picture: FilmMagic.
Travis and Kylie with their eldest daughter, Stormi. Picture: FilmMagic.
 

NAME DRAMA

Fans have been embroiled in a months-long guessing game of what Kylie‘s son’s name could be since she changed it from her original choice, Wolf.

Kylie explained that the name change was because it “didn’t fit him,” though many think the switch was due to drama between her former BFF, Tammy Hembrow.

The makeup mogul was accused of stealing the name from Tammy, whose 6-year-old son is also called “Wolf.”

STILL WOLF?

Earlier this month, during an appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden, the host outright asked Kylie what she calls her baby.

“It’s still Wolf. His password’s still Wolf,” the young mom admitted, though she plans to change that.

“But that isn’t going to be his name. We’re just waiting …” she said.

“How long are you going to wait?” the talk show host asked.

Kylie explained that Travis could not decide and continued to change his mind about their son‘s name.

Meanwhile, her mother, Kris, 66, teased during the interview that they’ve been calling him “Andy.”

Kylie, 25, and Travis, 31, have been tight-lipped about their son’s identity and also have yet to post photos of his face.

The couple welcomed their son in February, four years after their daughter Stormi arrived in February 2018.

This article originally appeared in The Sun and has been reproduced here with permission

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