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Did Kelly Clarkson Just Drop a Major Hint About Her Baby Boy's Name?

Kelly Clarkson baby boy name

So, y'all remember Kelly Clarkson's now infamous Game of Thrones family Christmas card (we just spoke about it)? It was perfect, timely, and super creative. Well ... folks are still talking about that holiday greeting, as some now think Kelly is hinting at her second child's name in the pic.

Featuring the House Stark sigil (a gray dire wolf), the card showed Kelly and her clan -- including husband Brandon Blackstock; their daughter, 17-month-old River; and Kelly's stepkids, Savannah and Seth -- looking amazing in their historic-styled garbs.

Some looked at the holiday card, thought  it was the perfect take on GoT, and kept it moving. Others, however, think there might be more to the family Christmas greeting -- paying extra attention to the fact that the Blackstock name is underneath "Winter Is Coming."

So ... does that mean Winter Blackstock is coming?

Listen. I loves me some Game of Thrones, and I'm all about Team Stark, but I'm not too sure about this hidden message. Yes, "Winter Is Coming" is a very popular phrase on the show -- specifically for the Stark family -- but I'm just not certain it automatically means it will be the name of Kelly's baby boy.

In fact, I said that phrase with my firstborn, because he was due in January. He was literally coming in winter, haha.

Honestly, I think Kelly added Blackstock to the Game of Thrones phrase to symbolize that something great is on the way but not yet here. It's a great way to honor the lovely bundle baking in her oven.

Winter Blackstock.

It does have an interesting ring to it.

Hey, if Kelly Clarkson wants to call her son Winter, who am I to judge?

Image via PG / Splash News

Originally on The Stir


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December 15, 2015 12:21 PM
By Anonymous (not verified)

Prefer Winter on a boy; it's perfect.

December 15, 2015 12:38 PM
By Anonymous (not verified)

She obviously likes random words ending in -er, so why not Winter?

February 11, 2016 3:42 PM
By Anonymous (not verified)

How does she 'obviously like random words that end in er' just because she named her first child River?

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