After much anticipation, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West finally named their newborn son.
Could it top big sister’s North’s moniker-giving fanfare some two years ago? Not quite.
The 35-year-old reality star and her 38-year-old rapper hubby announced the name of their baby as Saint West, as the gorgeous couple sees the little one as a “blessing” because Kim had suffered many health difficulties while carrying him.
Meanwhile, the baby isn’t a week old yet but he’s already got people talking about him.
Tabloid magazine Us Weekly reported that the name ‘Saint’ wouldnâ€™t fly if the couple lived in New Zealand.
According to the New Zealand Herald, the name Saint would have been rejected by the Department of Internal Affairs because itâ€™s included on a list of unacceptable baby names.
Saint, as well as other religious names such as Messiah, Christ, Bishop, and Lucifer, are forbidden in the country, which doesnâ€™t allow any name that implies a title or rank.
In 2014, the names Duke, Prince, Princess, and Majesty were also banned, as well as the unique moniker Special Constable.
But we’re sure the little tyke will not have any trouble choosing a place to settle down in, what with his parents’ multimillion-dollar assets.
Kim welcomed her son on Saturday, Dec. 5.
On Monday, Dec. 7, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star announced via her website that she and West decided on the name Saint West.