Terri Seymour has named her newborn daughter Coco Seymour-Mallon and says she is ''madly in love.''
Terri Seymour has named her newborn daughter Coco Seymour-Mallon.
The 40-year-old presenter, who welcomed her first child into the world with boyfriend Clark Mallon, 24, last month, says she is ''madly in love'' with the tot.
The British beauty revealed her baby girl's moniker on Twitter on Tuesday (31.03.15), writing: ''Can't believe Coco Seymour-Mallon is 3 weeks old! Clark and I are madly in love with her and happily hibernating.''
Terri previously admitted she and British model Clark had a few names picked out before she gave birth.
She said: ''We want to meet her first and see if she looks like she matches the name.''
The 'Extra' correspondent announced she was expecting a baby girl in January, saying: ''Deep down inside, I think I've always wanted a baby girl.''
Terri's ex-boyfriend Simon Cowell asked to be the baby's godfather after she first revealed her pregnancy in September.
The presenter - who is godmother to the 'X Factor' judge's 12-month-old son Eric with girlfriend Lauren Silverman - said: ''His reaction was really sweet, extremely happy for me, then he turned around to me and said, 'Of course, I obviously have to be the godfather.' ''
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