Caitlyn Jenner has told the BBC that she would consider entering USA politics in a bid to promote transgender issues.
The founder of BabynameWizard.com, Laura Wattenberg, said: "It was inevitable".
"Caitlyn was already falling in popularity", she told Time. "Now it is suddenly controversial", Wattenberg said.
But although the trans rights advocate understands that the initial announcement can be hard for parents to comprehend, she encourages them to fully embrace their children for who they are.
The body released the most popular 1,000 baby names from 2016. The top boys' names this year were Noah, Liam, William, and Mason, still riding high off the resurgent popularity of his namesake jar in neo-rustic decor.
Her comments came as she spoke to presenters on This Morning on Friday. I want to make it better for the next generation.
Speaking about when they first met, she said: "At that time, I had been taking hormones for four-and-a-half years, I had been in therapy, I was developing breasts and I had been having electrolysis to get rid of my beard".
However, Caitlyn urged families to support their loved ones who identify as transgender.
However, Kris was given an advance copy of The Secrets of My Life and her furious reaction to the claims Caitlyn made formed a major plot line on reality show Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
In an interview with Larry King on Thursday, the 67-year-old Olympian opened up about her recent procedure, explaining why she doesn't usually discuss it.
She told The Guardian newspaper: "I had a life for 65 years. OK?" I'd say I had a lot of distractions in my life, where I just ran from my feelings.
She said: "The thing is, from a parent's standpoint, especially if a child is identifying as trans at a very young age, just love your child". Oh, "he didn't even exist".