The star, who shares her eldest three sons with her ex-husband Jamie O'Hara, revealed to OK! magazine the name that she and Michael had picked for their bundle of joy, who arrived earlier this month.
'While I was pregnant it was a toss up between Ronnie and Leo, but we asked the boys and they all preferred Ronnie, so that's what we went with,' she explained.
'It suited him perfectly when he was born. It's also my late granddad's name, which makes it extra special.'
'He doesn't have any middle names, it's just Ronnie O'Neill. He sounds like a snooker player, doesn't he?! Now we just need a Reggie and we'll have our two little Krays.'
Danielle, 33, also detailed how she'd had a difficult labour with the tot, with his shoulder getting stuck as he was coming out - a moment she said made her 'really scared.'
'Hearing him cry for the first time when he came out was the best feeling ever, and such a relief,' she told the title.
There's been a lot in the press this week about what mums who have recently given birth are 'supposed' to look like. I had my baby one week ago, and this is me. Simply me. I've had no time to go to the gym or diet in a week, of course I've been with my newborn. But should I really be ashamed of how I look for fear of judgement? Carrying a few extra pounds, or not - breast-feeding or bottle-feeding. Aren't we just all sick of judging each other? Whether you're Cheryl, Chanelle Hayes or Serena Williams - should any of us even be worrying about what people think of our bodies after bringing a new life into the world? We're all on a journey, all doing our best, and all have imperfections. I've had four children and I'd never dream of sneering at another mum's body. Let's all start focusing on what's REALLY important, looking after our kids - and focussing on our families rather than our bodies.ð¤·ð¼ââï¸ðð»
The now mum-of-four announced that she was expecting again back in February, with a Beyoncé-inspired pregnancy announcement in the same mag.
In April, she found out that she was having another boy live on air during an episode of Loose Women, to which she exclaimed: 'I'm going to be overrun!'
'I'm excited. I've picked a few boys names. It was going to be Cupcake or Rose for a girl if my boys had their way.'
Speaking to OK! in her most recent interview, she admitted that she'd like to add a girl to the family in the future, saying: 'Having Ronnie has made me and Michael more of a unit, more complete as a family, and I think another baby, a little girl especially, would only cement that more.'