Abbey Clancy announces she’s welcomed her third child with husband Peter Crouch

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  • Abbey Clancy has announced she’s welcomed her third child with husband Peter Crouch in a sweet post on social media.

    The now mum-of-three took to Instagram to share the lovely news with fans that she’s welcomed another baby into her brood – and it’s a boy!

    Alongside an adorable snap of her newborn baby boy, Abbey revealed that her boy was born two days ago, on January 3, and that they decided to name him Johnny.

    She wrote in the caption: ‘Baby Johnny crouch born 3/1/18 7lb2 5.15pm. So in love with our baby boy – happy healthy and beautiful xx’

    Fans were quick to congratulate the parents, who tied the knot in 2011, on their new bundle of joy, commenting on Abbey’s post to send their well-wishes.

    One wrote: ‘He’s beautiful congratulations ๐ŸŽŠ ๐ŸŽ‰ ๐ŸŽ‰’, while another added ‘Oh wow !! Heโ€™s so beautiful ! ๐Ÿ’™ Congratulations xxxx’

    The baby boy is the couple’s third child, who are also parents to six-year-old Sophia Ruby and two-year-old Liberty Rose.

    Abbey was first spotted with a baby bump back in July, but she only officially confirmed the lovely baby news in September, when she was five months pregnant, during a short promotional video in partnership with retailer Very.

    The model has since said that the couple are not planning to have any more babies. She told OK! magazine in October: ‘I think this will be the last baby I have so I just want to embrace it.’

    Opening up about the gender of the baby, which they decided to keep a surprise, Abbey had also said Pete would prefer a boy.

    ‘A girl would be handy because I’ve still got everything pink. But as long as it’s healthy, I don’t mind.

    ‘I think Pete would like a boy but he can’t choose!’

    Speaking about how she deals with the changes her body goes through during pregnancy, Abbey said: ‘I try not to get too hung up about my body changing because it’s natural and I think it’s a healthy sign if you’re growing with the baby.’