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Peter Andre and wife Emily MacDonagh welcome their third child

Peter Andre and his wife Emily MacDonagh have welcomed their third child together.

The Mysterious Girl singer, 51, shared images of his newborn daughter at “just minutes old” on Instagram.

His baby girl is “very healthy” after she was born on Tuesday, as Andre wrote: “We feel so overwhelmed right now. So happy to welcome our beautiful girl to the family.

“Mum and daughter are doing amazing.”

Andre married doctor MacDonagh in 2015 and one of the pictures was of her and the newborn.

The singer said the baby had been “spoilt with cuddles” from his seven-year-old son, Theo, and daughter, Amelia, 10, whom he shares with MacDonagh, and 18-year-old son Junior and daughter Princess, 16 – whom he shares with his ex-wife, Katie Price.

He described all four children as being “in love with their new little sister”.

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He said they “couldn’t be happier” as parents but there was one thing missing – the baby’s name.

Andre asked fans in the caption if they had any ideas and hundreds of people responded, including Britain’s Got Talent star Amanda Holden who offered Dylan and Robyn as potential candidates.

Holden said: “I’m so happy for you. Boys names are great for girls.”

Among those sending their congratulations were Strictly Come Dancing star Ola Jordan, TV personality Vanessa Feltz, and former The Only Way Is Essex star, Amy Childs.

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Andre also thanked the “incredible” doctors, midwives and staff at Musgrove Park Hospital in Somerset, as well as thanking MacDonagh’s parents “whom I adore”.

He added: “I’m so happy. Just off to hold her.”

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