Khloé Kardashian’s Baby Girl Doesn’t Have a Middle Name
Khloé Kardashian recently revealed that she had named her baby girl True Thompson, a unique name typical of the famous family’s offspring. But it turns out that despite the KarJens love of creative titles, Khloé decided not to give her daughter a middle name.
TMZ has gotten a look at the new arrival’s birth certificate, which was officially registered in Ohio and contains various details about the baby. For instance, True weighed in at 6 lbs 13 oz and was 21 inches long when she was born. The birth certificate also reveals that she wasn’t given a middle name.
This isn’t so unusual for the Kardashian-Jenner family. Although Kourtney Kardashian gave all three of her kids middle names (Mason Dash Disick, Penelope Scotland Disick, and Reign Aston Disick) as did Rob Kardashian (Dream Renée Kardashian), Kim Kardashian opted to give her children two names each (Saint West, North West, and Chicago West), and Kylie Jenner followed suit (Stormi Webster).
And perhaps Khloé (whose middle name is Alexandra, in case you were wondering) felt that a name like “True” held enough significance on its own. Khloé’s mom, Kris Jenner, explained that the name has special meaning to the close-knit family. “[M]y grandfather’s name on my dad’s side was True Otis Houghton, [and] my real dad’s name was Robert True Houghton,” Jenner shared soon after her daughter revealed the little one’s meaningful moniker.
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