According to reports, Khloe Kardashian officially changed the name of her kid barely a year after he was born.
In July 2022, the 39-year-old had her second kid via surrogate with on-again, off-again partner Tristan Thompson.
After keeping the baby’s name a secret, she revealed it as Tatum Thompson in the season three premiere of The Kardashians in May, saying that “naming a human is difficult.”
According to accounts, the Good American designer was undecided what to name her kid at first and gave him her surname.
According to People Magazine, she officially identified him as Baby Kardashian at the time before submitting paperwork to modify this after they had decided on a name.
A court in Los Angeles is said to have approved the name change today, 13 months after Tatum’s arrival.
Khloe and Tristan have a five-year-old daughter, True, whom they welcomed together in 2018.
They agreed to have a child around the end of 2021, right before it was reported that the NBA star had secretly fathered a child with Maralee Nichols.
Although the two have since parted ways, they have stayed close for the sake of True and Tatum, who came last summer.
Khloe admitted that the surrogacy procedure made it difficult for her to bond with the new member to their brood.
‘People say it’ll take a minute. But Kim said hers was easy, this is not easy.’
‘I definitely buried my head in the sand during that pregnancy, that I didn’t digest what was happening,’ she added in a confessional. ‘When I went to the hospital, I really think that was the first time that really registered.
‘It has nothing to do with the baby, it’s just… “Okay, we’re having a baby, this is my son and I’m taking him home with me.” I definitely was in a state of shock, I think, from my entire experience in general.
‘I felt really guilty that this woman just had my baby and I take the baby, and I go to another room and you’re separated. It’s such a transactional experience because it’s not about him.
‘I wish someone was honest about surrogacy and the difference of it, but it doesn’t mean it’s bad, it’s still great. It’s just very different.’
Source My Celebrity Life.