Could Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's fourth baby end up with a really normal name?
The famous couple have just welcomed their second son via surrogate – but are yet to announce his name.
They're already parents to North, five, Saint, three, and Chicago, one.
So what will baby number four be called?
Kim, 38, once suggested that she'll give her new baby a very normal name, much different from the unusual monikers of his siblings.
During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live with her sisters Khloe and Kourtney, Kim was asked by the host if everyone tries to weigh in on the name.
She said: "We all weigh in, I definitely take a family survey, but it's usually after the baby's born or I'm trying to figure out what the baby looks like.
"I usually go about three or four days nameless until I feel like it really connects."
Jimmy asked: "Do you have any choices right now? Do you have any you're thinking of?"
Kim told him: "I actually do not. But I was Googling Armenian boys names last night and I couldn't really find anything."
She added: "Actually I do have one name. I was truthfully thinking about just naming him Rob, my brother Rob, but then it's kind of like, North, Saint, Chicago, Rob, it doesn't really go?
"But I as really feeling that, and my brother approved it, so that's our one kind of name."
Kourtney agreed that she liked the name 'Rob West'.
The eldest Kardashian sister also shared a funny story about how her third son Reign was without a name for a full week after he was born.
She said she tried out a different name every day.
She said: "I did a week the last time. I would try out a different name on different days, the whole day.
"One day, Reign's name was Preston for the full day."
When asked how she knew it was working, she said: "I was like, I know in my soul his name is Reign and Scott didn't believe me and I said I knew his name was Reign and he said, 'No his name is Preston'.
"So I said, 'Fine, let's call him Preston for a day' and it didn't work out."
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