Khloe Kardashian has officially announced what she is going to be naming her baby boy - and she's breaking all the Kardashian rules.
Appearing on The Ellen Degeneres Show on Thursday, the 33-year-old reality star spoke to the host about her pregnancy and was grilled with all the important questions.
Khloe told Ellen her first trimester was 'the worst' and 'the most uncomfortable', but that she was incredibly excited for the bubs arrival.
'I think once people know you’re pregnant, you get all the excuses. Hopefully I look pregnant, not just fat. It’s hard for me to breathe right now,' Khloe said.
Ellen then joked that the reality stars dress was 'very tight' and Khloe laughed, 'I’m gonna try to not wear maternity clothes as long as possible. The baby is on all my organs so I get out of breath just from walking.'
Ellen asks if Khloe has any baby names in mind, which she then freely answers.
'If it’s a boy I’ll go with Junior — Tristan Jr.,' she explains.
Khloe is of course talking about her boyfriend, Tristan Thompson, who is the father of her unborn child.
She then explained, 'Then for a girl, I don’t know where to begin.'
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star also explained her decision to announce the news on Instagram: 'I just wanted to do something myself and write something that was heartfelt for me. I’ve wanted to have a baby for so long it’s just the perfect timing. God always has a plan and I just wanted to do it on my time and when I felt comfortable to do so.'
Kardashian also revealed she hopes to marry Tristan one day!
'I hope so, we’re not in any rush for that,' she told Ellen. 'As you know I’ve rushed quite a few things before,' Kardashian added.
Khloe is subtly referring to her ex-husband Lamar Odom, who she married just one month after they met in 2009.
'Right now, I’m so loving the place I’m in and very happy with how things are going. We talk about it for sure,' she said referring to marrying Thompson. 'What’s meant to be will be.'
Khloe has just reached her six-month mark, and her new bub is expected to arrive in March 2018.
This article originally appeared on New Idea.