Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff has revealed he and his wife Rachael privately welcomed their fourth child into the world last Christmas.
He opened up on the arrival of his fourth child on talkSPORT on Monday as he discussed his family and how'd they'd managed to keep the baby's arrival "under their hats".
The 42-year-old shared: "We've got three [children]. Holly, Corey and Rocky. They're 15, 14 and 12 and then there's another one, he's just over 14 weeks old.”
The sportsman also shared his son's name which appears to point to the sportsman's roots as they've called him Preston, with the cricketer hailing from the city of the same name in Lancashire.
He went on: "Little Preston was born at Christmas - it is the first time I've actually spoken about it. We've managed to keep him under our hat.
"But yeah, we have got another baby and it has been nice spending time with him."
The Top Gear host and his wife and her growing bump were seen at a red carpet event last autumn, seemingly confirming her pregnancy.
Back in January, Flintoff divulged he would be fronting a BBC documentary about his battle with bulimia.
The father-of-four has previously opened up about how he would deliberately force himself to be sick in order to lose weight while training throughout his sports career.
He said of the news project: “If this resonates with one person watching, or through this we can show someone that there is help out there, then this is worth doing.”
A release date for the programme is yet to be revealed.