Geordie Shore star Holly Hagan welcomes her first child and shares baby boy's unique name
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Geordie Shore star Holly Hagan has given birth to a baby boy, having posted a photo of him on Instagram.
Hagan announced she was expecting her first child with husband Jacob Blyth earlier this year after tying the knot in June last year.
They confirmed the news with a video that started at their wedding, with Blyth romantically declaring all he could think about is 'growing old with you and creating the most beautiful family together'.
Hagan then told her husband that his 'patience, strength and resilience inspires me every single day', and said she 'couldn't think of a stronger role model for our future children'.
The video then cut to footage of Hagan giving Blyth a shoe box with a very special gift inside, and as he opens the box and unwraps the layers he discovers the present is a positive pregnancy test.
Confirming that the news they're going to be parents is real, the couple jumped into each other's arms, with the video then going on to show Hagan having her first scan and calling her baby 'cute'.
And now their little bundle of joy has finally arrived!
Posting a photo of their son on Instagram, Hagan also shared his unique name in the caption, writing: "Alpha-Jax Blyth."
Many of Hagan's Geordie Shore pals commented on the post to congratulate the new mother, with Charlotte Crosby writing: "Ahhhhhhhhhhhh the most beautiful boy! Our little Alpha - Jax."
Gary Beadle added: "Congratulations @hollyhaganblyth let the parent journey begin sure you will be an amazing mum."
Love Island star Shaughna Phillips also commented: "The most perfect little darling. Congratulations to you both, he is everything."
The couple, who met in 2017, first started trying for a baby on their honeymoon, but found it difficult to conceive at first.
In the end, after three months of trying, they went for the 'sperm meets egg' method and Hagan got pregnant that month.
Speaking to OK! Magazine when they announced she was expecting, she said: "They call it the Baby Dance Schedule! From the eighth day of your cycle you’re supposed to have sex every other day. Then once you have a positive ovulation test you have sex every day for three days, then you skip a day and have sex again.
"It’s not the most romantic but it worked. We didn’t leave much room for error. It wasn’t some fairy tale!"
Blyth joked the honeymoon period was already over after five years of being together, especially after adding 'baby making' into their daily schedule.