Presenters Cat Deeley and Patrick Kielty welcomed their first child back in January of this year, but have kept him firmly out of the limelight, until now that is! 

 

At the time of his birth, the So You Think You Can Dance star Cat took to her social media channels last night to share the wonderful news, confirming that she had given birth to a son.

 

 “Beyond delighted to announce the birth of our baby boy last week. All doing well and we couldn’t be happier…3 really is the magic number!” the 39-year-old tweeted at the time. 

 

However, they never shared a photo of their youngster, whom they have reportedly named Milo, until yesterday evening - although she only gave us all a sneak peek.  

 

Taking to Instagram, the former SMTV Live presenter, uploaded a snap of the back of her seven-month-old, writing: "Excitement has reached fever pitch here in the Kielty household!!! Soho Home goodies have arrived!!!"

 

 

Cat and Patrick have remained tight-lipped over their tot’s name and rumours emerged they had called him Milo after Cat stepped out at the Teen Choice Awards in Los Angeles wearing a gold custom-made necklace bearing the moniker ‘Milo’.

 

The loved-up stars have been married since 2012, after being firm friends for years. 

 

 

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