Jordan Banjo shares child's unique name after announcing birth of baby boy
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Jordan Banjo has shared the unique name of his child after announcing the arrival of a baby boy earlier today (23 April).
Now, the couple have announced that baby number three was born on 20 April, weighing 8lb 8oz.
The post showed an adorable black and white photo of Naomi cradling the baby, while Jordan held the baby's hand.
Accompanying the picture, the Diversity star wrote: "Atreus Funso Banjo 20.04.2023 8lb 8oz.
"I’m so proud of you @naomibanjo, my angel, my wife and the most incredible mum to our children, thank you for our 3 beautiful children, a gift I can never repay, I love you."
Atreus is the name from the greek mythology that means 'fearless', so maybe the couple got the name from that.
In the announcement post, many famous faces and gushing fans have flocked to the comment section to congratulate the pair on their new arrival.
Ex Love Island host Laura Whitmore wrote: "Congrats!!" with a red love heart emoji.
While former The Only Way Is Essex star Mario Falcome added: "Congratulations to you all mate."
And Fleur East wrote: "Congratulations" with three red love heart emojis.
As for the fans, one commenter wrote: "Congratulations to you both and 'a gift I can never repay' is the most beautiful way to describe motherhood I’ve ever read!"
Another user wrote: "Aww congratulations. Another wee blessing to add to your family."
Meanwhile, a third remarked: "Congratulations to you all, another beautiful addition to your family. Hope Nay and Atreus are doing well."
Ahead of Atreus' arrival, Jordan decided to have a vasectomy done, also known as male sterilisation - something he has been quite open about with his fans.
Speaking to The Mirror about his decision, Jordan said: "It was something we both spoke about and once you've got two kids, third on the way.
"It's obviously going to be a natural thing that comes up somewhere along the way - you've obviously got to cap it at some point, depending on how many kids you wanna have.
"And we feel like we're at the right place and we just kind of went for it."