Kim Kardashian reveals Chicago's middle name and the adorable inspiration behind it
Kim Kardashian West has shared a sweet selfie with her 6-month-old daughter, Chicago, as she revealed the tot's middle name.
The mum-of-three posted a picture with her youngest daughter on Instagram, which she captioned: "Chi Noel."
Fans were quick to pick up on the sweet inspiration in the comments on the post.
It turns out that while she may not have given her eldest children, North and Saint, a middle name, Kim wanted to change things up with her youngest.
The reality TV star's full birth name is Kimberly Noel Kardashian, which she legally changed (dropping the Noel) when she married Kanye.
But it appears as if she wanted to pass on the moniker to one of her children - and fans thought it was adorable.
One person wrote:
"She has your name as a middle name so cute!"
Someone else added:
"Wait she is the first to have a middle name and its your middle name omg so dope love it."
The middle name is likely to be more of a recent addition, as her birth certificate said that she didn't have one at first.
It comes as Kim shared the reasoning behind Chicago's unusual moniker, admitting that she actually wanted to call her Grace or Jo.
She said on the Ellen DeGeneres Show:
"It was between, we were gonna name her Jo for my grandma Mary-Jo, so we were gonna go with Jo or we were gonna go with Grace, and then it was Chicago. We ended up with Chicago.
"I don't even know how the name, I mean obviously because he's from Chicago, but that is a place that made him."