Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash recently revealed the name of their first daughter – a moniker pregnant Danielle Lloyd had been planning to name her unborn child too
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- 20:17, 14 Oct 2021
Danielle Lloyd has confessed that she is gutted that Stacey Solomon has called her first daughter Rose.
The former glamour model, who is expecting her fourth child later this year, has explained that the Rose had been top of her list for names for her unborn daughter.
Earlier this month, Loose Women presenter Stacey welcomed her new-born daughter into the world on her 32nd birthday.
The mum-of-four and fiancé Joe Swash later revealed they had decided to name their first daughter together Rose – after vetoing the title Autumn due to the unfortunate initials the given name would have provided her child with.
Danielle Lloyd had considered naming her daughter Rose prior to Stacey Solomon piping her to the post
Mum-of-four Danielle, who is also due to give birth to her first daughter, has revealed that she and her husband Michael O'Neill had been considering using the name Rose too.
"We’ve also been thinking more about what we would like to call our little girl when she finally arrives," the star explained to OK!
"Sadly, Stacey Solomon chose Rose, which was one of our favourites!
"We're gutted, haha!"
Stacey, who gave birth at her Essex home, revealed online the sweet meaning behind her new-born baby's name earlier this month.
The Loose Women presenter gave birth to baby Rose in Pickle Cottage earlier this month
"Rose Opal, Esme Solomon-Swash. Our beautiful flower – Our precious jewel – who is ever loved. It’s been the most magical week. We love you to the moon and back our little Rose," the former X Factor singer gushed on Instagram last week.
"We feel so so lucky to have you here… Thank you all for your loveliness, your kindness and just being there at 3am for a chat it’s been the best. Love you all."
Although Rose is no longer a first name option, Danielle has admitted that the sweet floral name will be featured in her unborn daughter's full title.
The mum of four boys has longed for a daughter for many years
Speaking to the same publication, the Liverpool-born star revealed that the name was "meaningful" and will still appear "somewhere" in her daughter's full name.
The former WAG has been desperate to give birth to a daughter for many years and was delighted to find out she was expecting a girl earlier this year.
The Celebrity Big Brother star is already mum to four sons; Archie, 10, Harry, nine, and George, seven, with her ex-husband, footballer Jamie O'Hara, and Ronnie, three, with current husband Michael.
Despite longing for a girl for years, Danielle admitted back in August that she hadn't decided on any names for her fourth child.
The star and her husband Michael still haven't finalised a name for their first daughter
"The one thing that really isn’t ready is her name – we can’t agree on one," the former Miss Great Britain told Closer magazine.
"We’re just hoping that, when we meet her, a name that suits her will come to us. I can’t wait, the countdown is on."
It appears as her due date edges closer, Danielle is a little closer to knowing what her first daughter will be called.
"We have a much shorter list now, but we just can’t decide," she explained to OK! in her most recent interview.
Danielle's due date is believed to be in November.
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