Kylie Jenner has finally revealed her baby boy's new name.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star and rapper Travis Scott welcomed the baby in February last year.
They originally called the infant Wolf, but Jenner revealed in an Instagram story the following month: "Our son's name isn't Wolf anymore. We just didn't really feel like it was him."
A source told People at the time: "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."
Speaking about the name change in the season two finale of The Kardashians, Kylie revealed she hadn't legally changed Wolf's name at the time, but planned to do so soon.
She said on the show: "My baby's name is still Wolf. I'll let you guys know when I change it. Maybe I'll tell you guys in season three."
With almost a year having passed with no news of the baby's new name, fans have been caught in a frenzy of speculation.
Some reckoned Wolf was now called Jacob based on the fairly flimsy evidence that Kylie had shared the song 'To Our Daughter (Lullaby)' by My Best Friend Jacob as a tribute to her kids.
Others were convinced Wolf's name was now Coconut, after Jenner captioned an Instagram post: "Just me, storm, and coconut traveling the world together."
Well, it turns out they were all wrong.
Kylie has now revealed her boy's new name is Aire in an Instagram post, in which she also showed her son's full face for the first time.
Comments on the post were limited, but Kylie's momager Kris Jenner wrote: "I love you Aire Webster."
Her sister Khloe said: "He king!!! Young king!!!!!"
Kylie also shares a daughter, Stormi, aged four, with Travis Scott.
She previously opened up about her postpartum struggles following Aire's birth on The Kardashians.
She said on the show: "I should be really happy right now, I just had this new baby. But I cried non-stop for like three weeks."
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.
"It's not easy mentally, physically, spiritually. It's just been crazy. I didn't want to get back to life without saying that because I think we can look on the internet… and it could look a lot easier for other people, but it hasn't been easy for me.
"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."