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Kourtney Kardashian Slams The Name Scott Disick Wanted To Call Their Youngest Son

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Apr. 2 2019, Published 4:11 p.m. ET

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Kourtney Kardashian slammed her ex-boyfriend Scott Disick for the name he wanted for their youngest son Reign. Kourtney revealed on April 1 the exes battled it out and left their newborn nameless for a week until she won the debate

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Kourtney, 39, appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live with her sisters Kim and Khloe. Jimmy Kimmel asked Kim, 38, who is expecting baby number 4, what her potential name picks were and she revealed, “I usually go about 3 or 4 days nameless until I feel it really connects with the baby.”

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The oldest of the Kardashian sisters chimed in, “For a week I would try out a different name on different days. One day Reign, his name was Preston.”

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Kourtney continued, “I was like ‘I know in my soul his name is Reign’ and Scott didn’t believe me.”

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After arguing, the Poosh founder said she agreed to “call him Preston for a day and it didn’t work out.”

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Her ex Scott, 35, doesn’t seem to have any regrets about Kourtney winning that name battle. On social media, he refers to the 4-year-old as “Reigny.”

Do you prefer Kourtney’s pick or Scott’s? Sound off in the comments below!

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