Peter Andre and fiancee Emily MacDonagh are choosing between several ''beautiful English'' names for their new baby daughter.
Peter Andre has a shortlist of ''beautiful English'' names for his new baby daughter.
The 'Behind Closed Doors' hitmaker - who already has son Junior, eight, and daughter Princess, six, with ex-wife Katie Price - and fiancee Emily MacDonagh welcomed a little girl into the world three weeks ago but are still unable to agree on what to call the little tot.
Speaking on an episode of 'The Jonathan Ross Show' airing in the UK tomorrow (01.02.14), he said: We have four names. Maybe you can help me out actually.
''We had Rose. I love Rose because it's English and beautiful.
''Amelia, beautiful name. Elizabeth. Alexandra. So these are the four names that we've been throwing around.
''I love them because they are English and they are beautiful.
''Then three days ago Emily throws another spanner in the works and says, 'What about Poppy?' Poppy is a nice name. Then she threw in Isabella and I thought that's a nice name. So we're sort of in a bit of a pickle here.''
The Australian singer revealed they initially began calling the baby Rose, but decided she didn't suit the name, and though he has his favourite among their other choices, the final decision will be Emily's.
He added: The baby came three weeks early. Then we looked at each other and I said, 'We haven't got a name,' so we started calling her Rose, but she wasn't a Rose. It didn't click ...
''I've had two children, biological children, and this is her first, so I want her to be happy. My favourite is Amelia. I love that name but I want her to be happy. I love that name. ''
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