Model Abbey Clancy has shared a new picture of her adorable newborn son, with friends and fans calling the tot "perfect".
Uploading the shot to Instagram, the little boy is pictured sound asleep and wrapped in a blanket. He looked cute in a babygro and matching hat.
Abbey captioned the shot: "Darling darling boy."
Kate Wright commented: "He is beautiful [blue heart emoji]," while Lydia Bright echoed the same sentiment. She said: "Congratulations Abbey, he is beautiful."
Abbey's Britain's Next Top Model pal Max Rogers called the tot "an absolute star", while others said he was "perfect", "adorable" and "gorgeous".
She also shared a snap to her Instagram Stories showing Peter and their son Johnny alongside the new addition.
Abbey gushed: "My three boys. Feeling like the luckiest girl alive right now."
Our boy is beautiful, but the name is still to be clarified. Unfortunately Abs not going for Divock Samrat.
She also shared a snap of daughter Sophia helping Peter change her baby brother's nappy as they beamed for the camera.
The previous day, Abbey and her footballer husband Peter Crouch had confirmed the arrival of the tot and shared the first picture of their son.
Taking to Instagram, Abbey uploaded a shot of the little one in his Moses basket and revealed that he was "home safe and sound".
The tot was born on June 3 at 3.44pm and weighed 7lb 5oz, Abbey revealed.
As Ent Daily reported, Peter joked about the new baby's name to his Twitter followers.
He said: "Our beautiful baby boy was born Monday 3rd June mother and baby Divock Samrat Crouch are doing well."
However, minutes later the soccer ace was forced to admit that the couple hadn't actually decided on a name for the tot yet.
He said: "Our boy is beautiful, but the name is still to be clarified. Unfortunately Abs not going for Divock Samrat."
The couple are already parents to eight-year-old Sophia, Liberty, four, and 17-month-old Johnny. They got married in 2011, having started dating in 2006.
Revealing that her fourth pregnancy came as a bit of a shock, Abbey told the Daily Mail: "We were like, how did this even happen?"
She added that she was "on a photoshoot and the photographer, a woman who I work with a lot, said: 'Your boobs look really big.' And I said: 'Actually, I was thinking that.' Then I looked at my diary and thought: 'Oh no.'"
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