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Myleene Klass chose the most unusual name for her baby boy

Myleene Klass welcomed her third child, a baby boy, on August 1 but the mum kept his name a secret, until now.

The presenter shared all the details about her gorgeous baby boy in an exclusive interview with Hello! Magazine.

The mum couldn’t help but gush about her son in the interview and who could blame her? He is as cute as a button.


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Myleene chose a name of Greek origin for her baby boy and named him Apollo.

She shared a photo from her shoot with Hello! and wrote, “Such an honour for me and my son to appear on the cover of @hellomag together. Apollo has landed! Xxx.”

The mum explained why she opted for such a unique name. She told the publication that Apollo is named after the son of Zeus.

The mythological name means ‘strong’.


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Myleene shared, “Apollo is the god of music and science – my two passions. We thought it was such a strong name and at 8lbs 5oz, he was a strong, bouncing boy." 

Her daughters were quick to offer name suggestions when their mum was still expecting their baby brother. They had plenty of ideas about what to call their sibling.

"Everyone in the family decided to call the baby Snoop as the working title. Our children have a list of names up at home. One of them said if it's a boy they want us to call him Jason Derulo!" the mum-of-three joked.

Apollo is such a fitting name for Myleene’s baby boy.



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