After dramatically changing the name of her son, Kylie Jenner has finally revealed the correct way to pronounce his newly-announced name.
She had previously announced that her son's name was Wolf, but just two months after revealing the name, she decided to change it.
Explaining her reasoning on Instagram stories at the time, she said: "We just really didn't feel like it was him."
A source told People: "Kylie and Travis liked Wolf, but after getting to know their son, they felt like the name didn't fit him. They wanted to choose the perfect name that they both loved."
However, despite announcing that Wolf was no longer his name, Kylie certainly took her time announcing that her second child is now called Aire.
She made the revelation on Instagram alongside a picture that showed Aire's full face for the first time.
However, because Aire's name is so unusual, fans were then left wondering how to pronounce it.
Thankfully, it didn't take long for Kylie to clarify.
One fan asked: "Do you think it's pronounced air or airey?"
This prompted Kylie to simply reply: "Air" alongside a heart emoji.
Prior to announcing what we can only hope is the 11-month-old's final name, fans had worked themselves up into a frenzy of speculation over the name of Kylie's second child.
For some, this involved scrutinising her social media posts in the hope that she would drop subtle hints before the big announcement - but this doesn't appear to have happened.
Hilariously, some fans actually speculated that Aire was called Coconut after Kylie captioned an Instagram post: "Just me, storm, and coconut travelling the world together."
Aire is Kylie's second child with Travis Scott, 31, with whom she also shares a daughter, Stormi, four.
News of Aire's name comes after Kylie candidly opened up about struggling with her mental health after his birth.
She also wrote on Instagram: "I just want to say to my postpartum moms that postpartum has not been easy. It's not been easy, it's very hard.
"This experience for me, personally, has been a little harder than with my daughter."
The businesswoman then explained that part of her struggle stemmed from putting too much pressure on herself to 'bounce back' after giving birth.
She wrote: "Once I realised that - I was putting some pressure on myself - and I just keep reminding myself I made a whole human, a beautiful, healthy boy, and we have to stop putting pressure on ourselves to be back not even physically, just mentally after birth."