Stacey Solomon is keeping fans guessing after revealing she has finally picked a name for her new baby girl.
The Loose Women star and her fiancé Joe Swash welcomed their daughter on 4 th October – which is Stacey's own birthday – but had been struggling to choose her name, with the presenter saying she was drawing a "blank".
Stacey told fans on Monday that they had settled on the perfect moniker at last and that she'd be sharing it soon – but it has been radio silence since then.
The TV star shared a video on Instagram showing her snuggled up with her new arrival as she told fans they were planning to head out into the garden to enjoy the sunshine.
"Also… we've chosen her name," she teased.
"We've been calling her it and a couple of others for the last few days and it's this one just feels like it is definitely who she is. We are going to choose her middle names while we walk in the garden and then I can't wait to share it with you."
Fans were eagerly waiting to see what Stacey and Joe had picked but the announcement never came.
Hours later the presenter shared a black and white snap of the tot napping and apologised for going "quiet" – but still didn't spill the beans.
"Sorry I didn’t mean to go quiet… we went outside, started our pumpkins, had dinner, I fell asleep and before you know it it's 3am and another day is done," she said.
She then told fans she would check in the following day.
Stacey, 32, previously admitted her mind was "completely blank" when it came to choosing the right name for her little girl, and said she was going to be hitting the baby name books to try and find something that fitted.
She later said that she had been keen on the name "Autumn" but that she couldn't have it because her daughter's initials would have spelled out the word "A**".
The star is already mum to three boys – two-year-old Rex with Joe and Zachary, 13, and Leighton, nine, from previous relationships.
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