Peter Andre reveals his baby son's name and it's super-cute

Peter Andre and his wife Emily MacDonagh welcomed their second child together two weeks ago, and the singer and TV star has now finally revealed the little one’s name.

Taking to Twitter, Peter announced his newborn’s moniker as Theodore.

He wrote: “Theo it is then … Or …Theodore James Andre (a) To be precise.”

Theodore is the younger brother to Peter and Emily’s eldest child, daughter Amelia, and the younger half-brother to Peter’s children with ex-wife Katie Price, Junior and Princess.

The name choice went down swimmingly with the Mysterious Girl hitmaker’s legions of fans as they tweeted him back delightedly.

Peter replied to one user, who wrote “AKA, Teddy,” and said “exactly :)”.

He responded to the same gent: “TJ is a cool stage name haha RT @glenbrannan @MrPeterAndre TJ. Very cool. Iv got one of those. Congrats man.”

Another added: “@MrPeterAndre I am so in love with the name Theo!! Well done for the record timing!”

“@MrPeterAndre A beautiful name Pete and Emily. He certainly is the Greek gift of god for you both,” one fan wrote, praising the use of the name, which literally means “gift of god” and has Greek origins.

Welcome to the world, Theo!

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