Khloé Kardashian FINALLY Reveals Her Son’s Name After 10 Months
The new season of The Kardashians has premiered, and the opening episode featured Khloé Kardashian unveiling her son’s name.
The 38-year-old spoke on welcoming her second child at the beginning of season 2. Notably, she and Tristan Thompson were already well into surrogacy when news of him welcoming a son with Maralee Nichols broke.
Now, her son’s name has finally been revealed — and yes, it starts with a “T,” of course.
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Khloé Kardashian On Her Son: "His Name Is Tatum"
Khloé made the reveal during a confessional, as a producer asked, “Do you have a name for him?”
After confirming that she had named her son — who was welcomed on July 28, 2022 — she proceeded to spill the beans, and it looks like she inherited a fondness for alliteration!
“His name is Tatum. So, Tatum and True.”
Before moving on, she sighed and declared, “Naming a human is really hard.” As her sister Kylie Jenner famously changed her son’s name from “Wolf” to “Aire,” she’d likely confirm this sentiment!
The Baby "Looks Just Like Rob"
On top of Khloé revealing her son’s name, Kim Kardashian also spoke about his appearance. Warmly, she declared that Tatum “looks just like Rob.”
Both Kim and Khloé referred to Tatum as “Baby Rob.” As a result, Scott Disick proclaimed that the baby should’ve been named “Bob.”
Khloé Spoke On Feeling "Less Connected" To Tatum
Finally, while on the subject, we have to acknowledge that Khloé spoke on how going through the surrogacy process was a “mindf**k.”
Shortly thereafter, Scott asked if Khloé felt “less connected,” and she confirmed.
Khloé also shared that while Kim found the process “easy,” she was experiencing the matter differently.
She also emphasized that her feelings have “nothing to do with the baby” and all stem from the surrogacy process. Additionally, she said that the “transactional experience” of surrogacy left her feeling “guilty.”
However, she pointed out that surrogacy is “still great,” but it’s “just very different.”