Kim Kardashian reveals Chicago’s secret middle name – and inspiration behind it

Her eldest kids North and Saint have had to make do with just the one name, but Kim Kardashian has finally confirmed that she’s gifted her youngest with two!

Sharing an adorable selfie with daughter Chicago – who was born via a surrogate in January – Kim revealed the tot’s secret middle name, and fans were quick to pick up on the inspiration behind it.

"Chi Noel," she captioned the shot on Instagram, prompting one to reply, "she has your name as a middle name so cute!"

"Wait she is the first to have a middle name and its your middle name omg so dope love it," observed another.


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Most were loving Chicago’s little scowl as she looked at the camera with a single curl of hair sticking out the top of her head.

"This pic cracks me up!!!!!! Oh my, you will have your hands full. She is so damn cute!" added a third, while one joked, "She ain’t playin with folks."

The name must be a recent addition given Kim and her husband Kanye West left the middle name box blank on Chicago’s birth certificate.

And Kim previously admitted her daughter’s first name wasn’t her choice, revealing she wanted to call her last born Grace or Jo, after her grandmother Mary-Jo.

But Kanye had other ideas.

"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," she said on the Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Explaining the meaning, she said Kanye wanted to pay tribute to his hometown.



"I don’t even know how the name, I mean obviously because he’s from Chicago, but that is a place that made him," she continued.

However, if she’d have had a choice, she admitted she’d have preferred something with just the one syllable, like North, four, and two-year-old Saint.

"It kinda messes with me, I’m not gonna lie. I really like the one syllable thing," she said.

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