A year later: Khloé Kardashian legally changes son’s name
A Los Angeles judge granted American reality star Khloé Kardashian and NBA star Tristan Thompson’s son a name change on Thursday 31 August.
KHLOE KARDASHIAN’S SON GRANTED NAME CHANGE
It’s official! Tatum is officially a Thompson. A Los Angeles judge granted Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson’s son a name change on Thursday 31 August, according to a report by Page Six.
Khloé initially marked her son’s surname on his birth certificate as her own – Kardashian. The one-year-old’s name was also initially listed as “baby” until the reality star settled on a name for her second born.
People previously reported that according to California law, new parents can pick whether they want their child to take the surname of the mother, father or a combination of both.
However, the choice is permanent. So, the parent would need a court order to change the baby’s name. Khloé has since changed the baby’s surname to Thompson — Tatum Robert Thompson.
A BLENDED FAMILY?
The Good American co-founder and NBA star welcomed Tatum in July 2022 via surrogate. The reality star and Tristan also have a five-year-old daughter named True together.
Tristan is also a father to Prince, who he shares with ex-girlfriend Jordan Craig and one-year-old Theo, who he shares with fitness trainer Maralee Nichols.
Tristan is believed to have impregnated Maralee while still in a relationship with the reality star. This was yet another cheating scandal from the NBA star.