What Did Khloe Name Her Baby? Khloe Kardashian's Daughter's Name Is...


What Did Khloe Name Her Baby? Khloe Kardashian's Daughter's Name Is...

Congratulations to Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson on their new baby girl. And while we're excited for Khloe, fans everywhere are wondering what did Khloe name her baby? What is Khloe Kardashian's daughter's name? In complete honesty, we believe in Khloe's baby naming skills. So, obviously, we're dying to know what Khloe named her baby girl. Will the Kardashian family add another "K-name" to the mix? Or perhaps she'll name her daughter after me, seeing as we're birthday twins and all. Jokes aside, we're happy for Khloe, especially after she revealed her struggles with fertility in the past. So, enough talk. What is Khloe Kardashian's daughter's name?

Update: Khloe named her baby girl Truth.

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What Did Khloe Name Her Baby Girl?

Fans of the Kardashians have barely gotten past Kylie Jenner's pregnancy and birth of her daughter Stormi. Now, Khloe Kardashian has given birth to her first child, but what did Khloe name her baby? Unfortunately, it looks like Khloe Kardashian's baby name is still unveiled. But, don't worry. We'll update you as soon as we know. We're on baby watch! However, the starlet has already revealed potential baby names for her child. So, before we update you, here are some inspirations behind Khloe Kardashian's baby name.

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Potential Khloe Kardashian Baby Name Inspiration

Tristan Thompson Junior

When Khloe appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show back in January of 2018, she announced that if her baby turned out to be a boy, then it would be inspired by Tristan Thompson, the father of Khloe's baby.

"I think if it's a boy I'll go with Junior," she said.

However, we now know that Khloe gave birth to a baby girl. So, we can cross that one out. Though, that doesn't mean that Khloe won't go with something inspired by her husband. Unless the cheated allegations are true, that is.

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Potential Khloe Kardashian Baby Name Inspiration

A Name That Starts With 'T' or 'K'

Now, we get ot the good stuff. And maybe this should've been our first clue that Khloe's baby would be a girl. Khloe also revealed to Ellen that if her baby was a girl, her daughter's name would probably start with a 'K' or 'T', which would be a nod to both Khloe and Tristan.

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Potential Khloe Kardashian Baby Name Inspiration

A Normal Name

It looks like Khloe doesn't want to follow in the footsteps of her sisters when it comes to her daughter's name. Here's looking at you, Stormi, North, Saint, and Chicago.

An unnamed inside source told Hollywood Life:

"Khloé is leaning towards a more normal name for her child and is looking to Tristan for suggestions as well. It is a complete joint effort and they aren't worried about doing a weird celebrity child name. They don't want it to look like they are trying to compete with Kim in unique names. Normal is the trend they are leaning towards."

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Potential Khloe Kardashian Baby Name Inspiration


We know. We know. This one's probably a joke, but it'd be pretty damn cute if it were true. Talk show host Andy Cohen tweeted at Khloe on April 8th, saying, "Can’t wait to meet baby Andy!" Khloe responded with "I mean, I was going to surprise you but you guessed her name." Hilarious.

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Twitter's Reaction To Khloe Kardashian's Daughter

So, what is Khloe Kardashian's baby's name? Well, we don't know yet. But, we'll update you when we know. Until then, let us know your fan theories and enjoy what Twitter has to say about Khloe Kardashian's baby name! However, everyone's more concerned about what Khloe's going to write down for her baby's last name.

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