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Fans are calling for Joe Wicks to name his newborn baby girl Elizabeth after the Queen

Fans are calling for Joe Wicks to name his newborn baby girl Elizabeth after the Queen

Fans have been suggesting Elizabeth as a first or middle name

People are calling for Joe Wicks to name his baby daughter Elizabeth, after the fitness guru welcomed his third child with wife Rosie on Thursday.

Taking to social media, Joe, 36, wrote: "It’s a girl... Rosie gave birth at 4.32am this morning at home to an 8lb healthy baby in the birthing pool.

"Thank you to Emily & Helen our wonderful midwives who where there every step of the way. Time to rest now. Lots of love the Wicks family."

Joe and Rosie welcomed their third child on Thursday.

Following news of the Queen's death on Thursday, many fans are suggesting Joe and Rosie name their baby daughter Elizabeth.

One person commented on the post: "Congratulations!! I think you should call her Elizabeth."

While another said: "One life ends another one starts - maybe Elizabeth as a middle name! Congratulations to you all."

And a third added: "Congratulations! Elizabeth is my suggestion for her name."

"Congratulations!!! Think she needs to be a Lizzie being born today," added a fourth.

Others suggested Joe and Rosie call their little one Beth or Betsy, while others suggested Libby.

People are calling for the family to name their little one Elizabeth.

"I think Lizzy or Beth in honour of our Queen would be lovely names," said one.

Another even suggested the name Queenie, adding: "If you haven’t chosen a name yet maybe Queenie would be precious."

Joe had previously taken to social media in the weeks leading up to his daughter's birth, asking followers for name suggestions.

In a story posted to Instagram this morning, Joe confirmed the family still don't have a name for their newest addition, but it's expected Joe will reveal all once they have settled on their choice.

Joe and Rosie already have two children - Indigo, aged three, and Marley, two.

News of Her Majesty's passing was confirmed by Buckingham Palace.
Sueddeutsche Zeitung Photo/Alamy Stock Photo

News of Her Majesty's passing was confirmed by Buckingham Palace, which issued a statement on Thursday evening.

The statement announced that the 96-year-old monarch had died 'peacefully' at Balmoral in Scotland.

"The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon," it read.

"The King and the Queen Consort will remain at Balmoral this evening and will return to London tomorrow."

Buckingham Palace has confirmed a period of royal mourning will be observed for seven days after the Queen's funeral, which is expected to take place in the next 10 days.

The date of Queen Elizabeth II's funeral will be confirmed in due course.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@thebodycoach

Topics: Celebrity, The Queen