Khloe Kardashian felt too much "pressure" to give her daughter.
The 33-year-old reality star gave birth to her daughter True - whom she has with Tristan Thompson - just over a month ago and opted not to give the tot a middle name, but has now revealed that her decision came as she had already found it difficult enough to come up with one moniker, let alone two.
She said: "True doesn't have a middle name - for now. It was enough pressure to pick a first name. I have a couple of names in mind, I'm just not completely sure about it yet."
The 'Revenge Body' star added that she might give her daughter a middle name in the future, but isn't worried about it if nothing comes to mind.
Writing on her app, khloewithak.com, she said: "I plan to take my time and decide if I'll give her one at all. I can add it at any time and it's easy to get on the birth certificate."
Khloe's name stress comes after the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star said that picking a first name for True was "so tough", but credited her grandmother MJ for coming up with the tot's unusual moniker.
She said: "Picking a name for your child is really so tough! I knew I wanted my baby to have a 'T' initial, so one night while we were all at dinner, thinking of some names, my Grandma M.J. suggested True."
The unique name has a family connection, as the 'Revenge Body' star revealed it is her "great-grandfather's first name and grandfather's middle name."
Khloe said the name "stuck with me for my entire pregnancy," and whilst the moniker conversation happened some time before her tot's birth, she couldn't get the name out of her head, and so decided to bestow it on her daughter.