A few weeks after Elon Musk and Grimes revealed their baby's confusing name, the couple has apparently altered the unique moniker. In an Instagram comment, a fan asked Grimes if the couple changed the name of their newborn son due to California laws that require only alphabetical letters.
The singer replied, confirming they did make a tweak to X Æ A-12.
"Did you change the baby name because of Californian laws ? What is the baby's new name?" the fan wrote on Grime's latest Instagram photo.
"X Æ A-Xii," she replied, revealing the slight alteration to the end of the baby's name, changing the "12" to Roman numerals.
In reply to another commenter, Grimes simply wrote that Roman numerals look better.
It is still unclear how to pronounce the name — or if it is even legal.
The California Department of Public Health Vital Records Handbook explains the requirements for completing a birth certificate: "The form is to be completed using the 26 alphabetical characters of the English language," the handbook says. Some punctuation symbols are allowed when necessary, like in a hyphenated last name or one with an apostrophe.
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