Alex Jones has finally revealed her baby boy's name, weeks after welcoming her first child. The presenter of The One Show, who gave birth at the end of January, posted a photo of the birth certificate on Instagram, writing: "Teddy Thomson is official." Alex's photo also revealed her son's full name - Edward Alun Burrell Thomson. The baby boy was born at the Hammersmith and Fulham hospital on 22nd January 2017.
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The big announcement comes weeks after Alex became a mum for the first time. The TV star, 39, had been keeping tight-lipped about her son's name, but she did admit that she and Charlie were struggling. Speaking on The One Show via a phone call, four days after giving birth, she said: "We're a bit behind on the whole name thing because we didn't know if we were having a boy or a girl. We thought, 'When we see him we'll know what he looks like', but actually it's really hard."
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Alex did, however, give details about her little bundle of joy, saying: "He was 7lbs 11oz – a lovely weight. It was all very straightforward. Charlie was with me and mum and dad were in the waiting room." Of parenthood, she added: "It's the most wonderful feeling. The last four days have been heaven. We're in this bubble the three of us. It's just the best time."
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Alex has so far shared a couple of Instagram photos of her newborn. The first was a gorgeous picture of the baby boy wrapping his tiny hand around Alex's finger. "My new obsession," she captioned the snap, adding: "#soinlovewithhim." Alex also confirmed her son's arrival on social media, sharing a photo of some congratulatory cards along with the caption: "So happy to let you know that our beautiful baby boy was born on Sunday morning weighing 7lbs11 and with a full head of dark hair. Charlie and I are head over heels in love. A special thank you to the amazing midwives in the Queen Charlotte hospital for everything you did for us. We are so excited and grateful to be in the parent club."