Chantelle Houghton Shows Off Baby Daughter...But The Little Girl Still Doesn't Have A Name!

17/07/2012 16:00 | Updated 22 May 2015
Chantelle Houghton shows off baby daughter...but the little girl still doesn't have a name!New! magazine
Meet baby no-name - Chantelle Houghton and Alex Reid's gorgeous daughter, who still doesn't have a moniker, four weeks after her arrival!

Glowing Chantelle posed for New! magazine with her baby daughter (in front of a TOTALLY fake sunny background we might add), but confessed she still hasn't chosen a name for the little girl.

"We have got a couple that we're still choosing from, but I'm so bad at making decisions and I know this is for life. I wanted a strong name but now I want a cute name," said the new mum.

"We loved the name Parker but it's a bit masculine. I thought it was a bit like Victoria Beckham's daughter's name Harper. I really liked Piper as well but I just don't think she looks like either of them so I've ruled them out.

"A lot of people have asked if I'd name the baby after my mum or Alex's mum but I wouldn't do that. She's a new baby with a new life ahead and she deserves her own name."

The reality star also gushed about how much she is enjoying motherhood, saying:

"'Being a mum is amazing - I'm loving it. She makes me smile so much. She changes every single day. I notice different things about her. She's even started pouting her lips!"

Chantelle Houghton shows off baby daughter...but the little girl still doesn't have a name!

New! magazine

But the new mum hasn't forgotten her roots with all this motherhood lark. She told the magazine she was desperate for another boob job after pregnancy.

"I definitely will have to have another boob job. What I'd really like to do is have the implants taken out. But because I've got the baby, going under the knife scares me. I'm petrified something might happen to me.

'"I wish I'd never had them done but when you're young, you don't think about how you might feel in the future."

How long did it take you to name your baby?

The full interview appears in this week's New! magazine, out now.


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