Danielle Lloyd reveals daughter's adorable name – and the 'special' meaning behind it

DANIELLE Lloyd has revealed she named her newborn daughter Autumn Rose.

The 37-year-old welcomed her fifth child, her second with husband Michael O’Neill, on November 12 – and previously said she was “over the moon” after welcoming her a little girl.

Now in a new interview with OK! magazine, the former model discussed her inspiration behind the adorable moniker.

Danielle began: "Michael really liked Rosie and I really liked Autumn. I liked both, but then people kept on sending me pictures of dogs called Rosie and I was like, 'Oh no, is this a sign?'"

"I just thought, the season is Autumn, she’s dark and tanned, she’s just so gorgeous she looks like an Autumn. And then we’ve got Rose in there also after Michael’s nan.

"I know it’s different from the boys and not a traditional name, but it just suited her. There were so many people trying to get their two pence in, but I was like, 'We have to actually just decide ourselves, Michael. Otherwise we’re going to keep going around in circles.'"

Danielle shares three sons Archie, Harry and George with footballer and Celebrity Big Brother star ex-husband Jamie O'Hara.

She also has a young son called Ronnie with Michael O'Neill, who she wed in 2019.

In July she revealed her dream of having a baby girl was finally coming true, bursting in tears at the news she is having her first daughter.

She told OK!: "I’ve been through it four times and each time they’ve said it was a boy, so I was expecting them to say 'boy' again.

"I felt sick. I couldn’t breathe on the way there. It was excitement, nerves, everything. I burst into tears straight away, I just couldn’t believe it."

Prior to Autumn's birth, the star was taken to hospital to have her baby monitored after experiencing "reduced movements."

Writing from the hospital, she explained: "They asked me about the movements of the baby but she was quite quiet during the week so I was a bit worried.

"When you have reduced movements, they ask you to come in to be monitored to check everything is alright.

"So, I was monitored in the evening and they asked me to come back the following morning.

"The kids were stressing out because they only thought I was going in for a Covid test. It all seems fine though. It’s better to be safe than sorry."

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