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Kourtney on son’s unusual name

Published 14/04/2015

Reign Aston
Reign Aston

Kourtney Kardashian has opened up about falling in love with the name Reign Aston long before her third child was even conceived.

While the mother-of-three eventually settled on Mason Dash for her first son with long-time partner Scott Disick, she always had the name Reign at the back of her mind.

In fact, when she became pregnant with her second child, daughter Penelope Scotland, she even thought about using it with a slightly different spelling.

“I’m never certain [with names] until they’re born,” the reality star, who turns 36 on April 18, revealed exclusively to People magazine.

“I actually had the name on our list with Mason. Then with Penelope, I had it on the list but spelled R-A-I-N.”

Despite her feeling that she was expecting a “girl in the beginning” third time around, Kourtney remained settled on the name. However, once it was confirmed that she and Scott, 31, were having a son, she simply changed the spelling to suit.

“Once I found out I was having a boy, we just changed the spelling again,” she explained, adding of the name, “I love it!”

Kourtney and Scott revealed the first photo of the newest addition to their family via Instagram on April 2. The now four-month-old can be seen lying on a cream fur rug, clad in a simple plain white onesie, staring adoring into the camera.

"My little turtle dove angel baby boy Reign Aston Disick," his besotted mum captioned the sweet pic.

The infant is already the spitting image of his siblings, Mason, five, and Penelope, two-and-a-half, having clearly also inherited the exotic Armenian colouring from the Kardashian side of the family.

With two older siblings and his cousin, North West, turning two on June 15, little Reign certainly isn’t short of fashionable hand-me-downs that will ensure he keeps up with the rest of the Kardashian clan.

“He has an amazing wardrobe,” Kourtney admitted.

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