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Ellie Goulding and her husband Caspar Jopling have finally shared the unique name of their newborn son.
The Burn singer gave birth to her first child earlier this week and now we know his full moniker - Arthur Ever Winter Jopling.
Ellie and Caspar announced the wonderful news in The Times' Births, Deaths and Marriages section which was published on Thursday.
Eagle-eyed fans managed to spot the announcement and shared the news on social media.
The announcement also confirms that Ellie Goulding - whose real name is Elena - actually gave exactly one week ago on Thursday, 29th April.
The announcement reads: "JOPLING on 29th April 2021 to Elena Goulding and Caspar, a son, Arthur Ever Winter."
Caspar announced the news of the birth on Monday in a sweet post on his Instagram Stories. The art dealer posted a screenshot of the world's population in 2021, with the last digit changed to show the couple had officially added a new member to their family.
He posted a short statement confirming that mother and baby are "both healthy and happy" and requested privacy. He did not reveal the baby's gender at the time of the announcement.
"I don't ever address the public attention that comes with Ellie's job," he said. "But during this magical and personal moment we would really appreciate being able to enjoy our privacy.. thank you x".
Ellie announced her pregnancy in February after discovering she was expecting on their first wedding anniversary in August in the month after she released her fourth album Brightest Blue. In an interview with Vogue, when she was 30 weeks pregnant, she said the news had been a surprise.
"It was crazy because it was our one-year anniversary. That was not the plan. The thought of getting pregnant didn't seem like it could be a reality. Becoming pregnant kind of made me feel human. I want a better word than womanly, [but] - I have curves I've never had before. I'm enjoying it. My husband's enjoying it," she said.
Congratulations Ellie and Caspar!
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