Abbey Clancy and Peter Crouch reveal their baby boys traditional name

Abbey Clancy and Peter Crouch have finally revealed the name of their adorable baby boy. The couple welcomed their fourth child over six weeks ago but kept quiet about his chosen moniker.

In his column for the Daily Mail, dad-of-four Peter revealed the name they have chosen for their son.

The parents decided to call him Jack. The name Jack is of English origin and means ‘God is gracious’.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Peter gushed about their son, “We have just welcomed our fourth child, Jack, into the family and the wonderful chaos that comes with a new baby means it hasn't really hit me that I haven't gone back for pre-season training. Life is hectic in a brilliant way."

Jack is one of the most popular baby boy names in the United Kingdom. It held the number one spot until the name Oliver was crowned the number one boy name in 2011.

Abbey gave birth to baby Jack at 3.44 pm on June 3, 2019. Peter confirmed the news on Twitter by sharing a snap of their newborn.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Abbey Clancy (@abbeyclancyofficial) on

Abbey also shared that Jack weighed 7lb.5 when he was born.

The mum has been sharing photos of her ‘little pudding’ with her Instagram followers and Jack really is as cute as pie.

Peter and Abbey are also parents to eight-year-old Sophia Ruby, three-year-old Liberty Rose and one-year-old Johnny.

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