A bride-to-be named Kathryn is facing a unique dilemma as she prepares to exchange vows with her partner. With changing times, it has become increasingly common for women to either take their spouse’s name or even for men to take their wife’s name. However, Kathryn is worried about the initials she will have once she’s married.
Kathryn has taken to TikTok to share her story, explaining that her middle name is Keller, and if she takes her partner’s surname, her initials will be ‘KKK’. This is an unfortunate coincidence as it is also the acronym for the American white supremacist group Ku Klux Klan. Kathryn has expressed her concerns about the situation and is considering changing her middle name to avoid the association.
In the video on TikTok, Kathryn says, “For reference, when I get married, my initials will be KKK,” referring to the white supremacist group. “I’m obviously not affiliated with them at all, it’s just a very unfortunate circumstance.”
Some of Kathryn’s followers have offered suggestions for a new middle name that she can adopt. One user suggested the name Ellery or Elle to keep as many letters similar to her original middle name. Another user suggested the name Kathryn Elaine, while others proposed the idea of using her maiden name as her middle name. Kathryn has expressed her appreciation for the suggestions but noted that her maiden name is quite long.
Kathryn is hoping to find a solution that will work for her and is open to suggestions from her followers. As she prepares to embark on a new chapter in her life, she is seeking a name that truly represents her and her partner’s love for each other.