Elon Musk shared a rare photo of his newborn baby, X Æ A-Xii
- Elon Musk has shared a rare photo of his new baby.
- The Tesla and SpaceX CEO on Monday tweeted a photo of him holding his son with the caption "Das baby kann noch keinen löffel benutzen," which translates to "The baby cannot use a spoon yet."
- We've only seen a few photos of the new baby — whose full name is X Æ A-Xii Musk, but who the couple appears to be calling, simply, X — since Musk and his girlfriend, the musician Grimes, welcomed him on May 4.
- Since then, the couple has had to tweak part of his name from standard numerals to Roman numerals to comply with California state laws around naming a baby.
Elon Musk on Monday shared a rare photo of his new baby, X Æ A-Xii Musk.
"Das baby kann noch keinen löffel benutzen," Musk wrote in a caption accompanying a photo of him holding his son. The German phrase translates to "The baby cannot use a spoon yet."
—Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 21, 2020We've only seen a handful of photos of the new baby since Musk and his girlfriend, the musician Grimes, welcomed him on May 4. Musk shared at the time that "Mom & baby all good" and announced the name: X Æ A-12 Musk.
In mid-May, Musk appeared on the "Joe Rogan Experience" podcast and shared for the first time how he pronounces the name."It's just X, the letter X. And then the Æ is, like, pronounced 'ash,'" Musk told Rogan. "And then A-12 is my contribution ... Archangel-12, the precursor to the SR-71, coolest plane ever."
While it's still not quite clear how the latter half of the name is pronounced — whether it's "X Ash Archangel-12" or "X Ash A-12" — it appears that Musk and Grimes are keeping it simple day-to-day and calling the baby, simply, "X."
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