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S Club 7s Hannah Spearritt reveals her baby girls unusual name

S Club 7’s Hannah Spearritt has revealed the name of her first child and it is pretty unique. 

In an interview with OK! Magazine, the singer said her daughter’s name is quite the tongue twister.


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Her tiny tot’s full name is Téa Thomas-Spearritt. The mum commented: “Her name is a bit of a mouthful. We tried to see if we could combine our names and we came up with “Spearas”, but it didn’t sound right!

The name Téa is a girl's name of Greek origin. The name means goddess, godly.

Hannah admitted they struggled to find a baby name that they both adored: “To find a name that you’re both passionate about is hard.”


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The EastEnders actress gave birth to her first child on the morning of December 20.

Hannah waited until September to confirm her pregnancy after suffering two miscarriages in the past.


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“They both happened early on in the pregnancies, around the five-week mark. It’s such an upsetting thing so it’s made it hard to relax this time, especially during the first few months,” she explained.

Now that she is a mum, Hannah said she is eager to expand her brood. Speaking of her future family plans, she said: “I’d like another. But I’m no spring chicken any more. I’d quite like them to be close together in age.”



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