Holly Willoughby Shares Birth Details
Star calls into This Morning to give her pals the scoop on her new baby...
Holly Willoughby has been spilling the beans about the birth of her third child, Chester William.
The 33-year-old TV presenter took advantage of one of the nipper's nap times to give her friends on This Morning a bell.
Thanking Phillip Schofield and her stand-in Amanda Holden for their well wishes, she said: "Thank you so much. I'm really good and really happy."
And she went on to share the details of her labour and her son's birth.
"I started having contractions about nine in the morning and they kind of lasted all day. He arrived about 7.20pm.
"It was very different from the other two - I had a water birth - which I've never thought of doing. That was amazing. He was a really big boy - but he is perfect.
"He is so perfect I can't stop looking at him."
She also opened up about their choice of name - admitting that they'd had it in reserve for some time.
"He's called Chester William Baldwin. It's the name we were thinking about for ages. When we had Harry we were thinking about it.
"The kids have just come in to meet their little brother today. I said his name is Chester, and he said, 'No, I want to call him Frank'."
Willoughby and hubby already have two children, a son called Harry and daughter called Belle.