Kourtney Kardashian welcomed baby number three to the world just over a week ago.
And now the reality star has revealed the unusual name of her son along with a cute pic of her holding his tiny hand.
The reality star and her beau Scott Disick have chosen a royal sounding moniker for their new bundle of joy - Reign Aston Disick.
Announcing the news on Instagram (where else) the 35-year-old wrote about her happiness at becoming a new mother again on the picture-sharing site, “Madly in love with my little Reign Aston Disick.”
If you think the name sounds a bit familiar that’s probably because it is similar to the regal name rapper Lil’ Kim gave her baby girl, Royal Reign, born in June this year.
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Kourtney and Scott who are already proud parents to five-year-old Mason (below) and two-year-old Penelope haven't followed any particular patterns when naming their little ones, but according to the Mail Online the reality star’s first-born’s name, Mason, is now so popular it's powering its way up various baby name tables.
The birth of Kourtney’s third child has been highly anticipated since the due date of early December was announced last month.
And while the mother-of-three revealed to Fit Pregnancy magazine that she was not worried about expecting over the Christmas period, it must have been a surprise when little Reign arrived on his brother Mason’s fifth birthday.
Following the birth, Kourtney found the strength and time to wish her eldest boy a happy birthday via, you’ve guessed it, Instagram.
She wrote: “Happy birthday to the coolest little boy in the entire world. You teach me so much every single day and changed my universe the second I met you.
“You have taught me what life is all about and I am truly blessed and honored to be your mommy.”
With the touching message the 35-year-old also posted a photo of Mason, who enjoyed a wholemeal pitta bread and gave the camera a big thumbs up – clearly he has no worries about sharing his birthday with his baby brother.
What do you think of the baby name Reign?
Having been a journalist for 15 years – and Reviews Editor at MadeForMums for five of those – Hazelann has accrued a lot of experience testing and reviewing every baby product imaginable.
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