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Liam Payne reveals son’s full name, admitting he didn’t like it

We're not surprised that he took a little convincing

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They have kept their little one as private as they can be, but Liam Payne just can’t stop talking about his son.

The former One Direction superstar has already revealed that he and Cheryl call their baby Cub as a nickname to his moniker Bear.

Liam Payne arriving at Peppermint night club in Los Angeles on Sunday (Credit: Wenn)

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He told his fans that he had to let Cheryl pick the little one’s name as she had done all the hard work! Liam is certainly trained well.

But now, the 23-year-old has shared their son’s full name. Chatting to his fans in Boston, he said that his son’s middle name is Grey!

His die-hard fans couldn’t wait to update Twitter on the news.

Liam flashes his jet-setting lifestyle as he promotes his new single Strip That Down (Credit: Instagram)

One girl said that everybody was teasing him about who should win father of the year award between him and Louis Tomlinson, to which he replied: “I haven’t had enough time [yet]!”

He also confirmed that the the eye on his arm was Cheryl’s eye – as everybody had expected.

Adding: “But sometimes it feels like she’s always watching.”

The singer gave fans a glimpse of his tattoo of Cheryl’s eye (Credit: Instagram)

Opening up about Bear’s name, he told Total Access that he let Cheryl pick it and that when he looks at him now, it just suits him.

The singer said: “It was like an internal battle.

“I wanted a more traditional name and she wanted a name that was more unusual. And the reason she chose Bear in the end was because Bear is a name that when you leave a room, you won’t forget. And I like that.”

Liam shared a photo of himself in New York on Monday (Credit: Instagram)

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“At first I wasn’t really having it. I was like, ‘I’m not really sure. I don’t really understand’,” he explained.

“Now I look at him and he’s Bear. You become your name as you get older anyway.”