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Proud father Peter Andre finally announces the name for his newborn son - and it's very cute!

Sharnaz Shahid
Deputy Online Editor
December 9, 2016
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Peter Andre has finally revealed the name of his newborn son. The 43-year-old took to his Twitter page on Thursday - two weeks after his baby boy's arrival - to make the big announcement, revealing he and his wife Emily MacDonagh have named their youngest child Theodore James Andre, or Theo for short.

"Theo it is then. Or Theodore James Andre (a) to be precise," he shared with his followers. The couple's new bundle of joy is a baby brother to Emily and Peter's two-year-old daughter Amelia, as well as Junior, 11, and Princess, nine, from the TV presenter's marriage to Katie Price.

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Last week, Peter confessed that he and his wife were struggling to find the right name for their child. The proud father-of-four told new! magazine: "We're nowhere near choosing a name yet, though. We have so many we like, but every time we go to say it, it doesn’t stick. I love names like Oscar and Arthur but Emily's not so keen."

Meanwhile, Peter – who took part in HELLO! Online's Celebrity Christmas Advent Calendar in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity – recently shared his excitement ahead of the festive period.

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Peter Andre and Emily MacDonagh welcomed their second child together two weeks ago

"Christmas will be even madder this year because of course we've got the newborn with us, which is going to be fantastic! We didn't know whether we were having a boy or a girl so it's extra special," he told us behind the scenes.

"All I wanted in my stocking was a healthy baby, so thank you, Emily," he added, explaining his enthusiasm for the campaign.

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