Vogue Williamss unveils third baby's name

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Photo credit: Jeff Spicer/BFC - Getty Images
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Vogue Williams and Made in Chelsea's Spencer Matthews have confirmed the name of their newborn baby son.

Joining the couple's two other kids Theodore and Gigi last month, Otto James Matthews was introduced to HELLO! shortly after, with the proud dad telling the publication: "We feel very fortunate and really blessed – we couldn't ask for better kids.

"It's always been our intention to have a big family and we are very lucky that we have been able to do that."

Photo credit: Eamonn McCormack/BFC - Getty Images
Photo credit: Eamonn McCormack/BFC - Getty Images

Vogue, who's appeared on Dancing with the Stars and Bear Grylls: Mission to Survive, went on to explain how the little bundle "slotted in straight away" when they got him home.

"The kids love him and we are obsessed with him. Theodore and Gigi love playing with each other and I think that Otto's going to be another little member of their gang. It's really lovely to see."

The 36-year-old continued: "It's amazing when you see your baby for the first time because you're dying to see what they look like and you're dying to hold them. It's just really exciting and emotional," before Spencer said they were "delighted" Otto arrived "healthy and safe".

As it turns out, Otto's middle name was inspired by the reality TV personality's older brother, while his other half "just loved" the first name when she came across it in the past.

"I heard somebody else's child called Otto a couple of years ago and the name always stuck. just loved it. I think Otto James together sounds really cool," Vogue shared.

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