Chanelle Hayes has revealed the name of her second son, more than a fortnight after giving birth.
The reality star, 29, shared a picture of herself, boyfriend Ryan Oates and their baby boy taken at during a photoshoot with Reveal magazine, using the caption to announce that the couple had chosen the name Frankie Edward for their bundle of joy.
‘So excited for everyone to meet our new addition 💙Frankie Edward Oates💙’ she wrote alongside the image, which shows her cradling the adorable tot.
Fans have rushed to congratulate Chanelle and her family on the lovely announcement and compliment her on the name she’d picked.
‘Gorgeous name and beautiful baby boy. Congratulations to you all,’ one poster applauded, whilst another said: ‘Congratulations!! My boy is Frankie Edward too…….great name 😂’.
‘Awww best news ever to wake up to,’ a third exclaimed. ‘Thrilled for you all and blakely is a big brother at last. If your as good a mum to frankie as you are to blakely then he’s one lucky little baby X ‘
Chanelle, who is also mum to son Blakely from her previous relationship with footballer Matthew Bates, confirmed the arrival of little Frankie at the end of August, with an Instagram picture of a quote which read: ‘So the adventure begins…’
She said at the time: ‘Ryan, Blakely and I are absolutely over the moon to announce that the new addition to our little family has arrived safely and in a perfect package on Tuesday 29th August 2017 at 1:34am. ❤️ #ThreeBecomesFour 👨👩👦👦’
Throughout her pregnancy, Chanelle was candid about the challenges she’d faced, admitting during an appearance on This Morning in June that she’d been struggling with morning sickness and body image issues whilst carrying her baby.
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‘Whilst I would not change it for the world and I can’t wait to meet the baby, I don’t want to be ashamed to say that I’m absolutely miserable,’ she told hosts Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes.
‘In no way am I ungrateful. I’m so grateful that I could have a baby especially when I have polycystic ovaries and I’ overweight – but it’s just a miserable miserable time.’