Khloe Kardashian has legally changed the name of her son with Tristan Thompson last year. In whose name did the business woman register her son when he was born? baby kardashian (as you read this). The infant was literally called ‘baby’. After some time, we noticed that he was addressed as Tatum in the network, but we don’t know much about this change.
Now, People Media has confirmed that he has made this modification official and in addition, the last name has also been changed, which is his father’s. Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson’s second child is now officially called Tatum Thompson.
We understand that this decision was one they wanted to be very sure about, and that is why they didn’t take this step until 13 months after her birth. But wow, everyone already told her that. In fact, at her birthday party, which she celebrated on Aug. 3, everything was customized with Tatum’s name on it (if you’re a fan of all this Thompson-Kardashian stuff, check out Khloe Kardashian’s Kids Don’t forget to watch Ki Nani) shared what a day at work is like).
And so, now True’s little brother also shares his first name with her. Which, by the way, speaking of everything else: Did you notice that Khloe’s oldest child started school the other day?
How time flies, huh.
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