Peter Andre admits he's 'struggling' with key thing after birth of fifth child

Peter in blue scrubs kisses wife Emily who is in a hospital gown about to give birth
Peter Andre shared this intimate picture of Emily moments before she gave birth -Credit:No credit

Peter Andre has shared that he's finding it tough to choose the perfect name for his fifth child, who remains unnamed since her birth. The well-known singer and television figure expressed that he's "struggling" with naming his latest addition to the family.

His wife Emily recently gave birth to their third child together, a baby girl, earlier this month. The little one, who tipped the scales at 7lb 3oz, was born at Musgrove Hospital in Taunton, Somerset.

At the age of 51, Peter is already an experienced dad, having two children, Theo and Amelia, with Emily, and two older children, Princess and Junior, from his previous marriage to Katie Price.

The couple has been actively updating their fans on social media about their new chapter in life. On April 11, Peter shared a touching snapshot on Instagram showing him kissing Emily's cheek while holding her baby bump just moments before the birth.

Emily, radiant in her hospital attire, beams at the camera, as reported by the Daily Star. Accompanying the tender photo, Peter captioned: "Moments before ... Emily... always smiling. @dr_emily_official.", reports the Mirror.

However, despite the celebratory mood, Peter has admitted to his followers that they are yet to decide on a name for their daughter. In response to a fan's question about if they had settled on a name, Peter revealed: "Still no name. Literally struggling. She doesn't look like anyone [of] the names we have thought of."

Peter recently shared a heartfelt update with followers about his children, Princess and Junior. They have flown to Australia to be with their sick grandmother, Yorkshire Live reports.

Peter, an accomplished singer, confessed his pride for his kids on Instagram.

He posted a poignant video which displayed his 16 year old daughter and his 18 year old son at the bedside of their 88 year old grandma, Thea. In his emotional post, he expressed: "Junior and princess. The fact that you drove to Somerset to be with us hours before and the days that followed to see the arrival of your baby sister, AND THEN to get on a plane and travel 12,000 miles to be with your grandmother in a very difficult time for her shows me what beautiful children you are."

"I will never forget this moment. Thank you for being truly amazing. Love you all so much. Keep cuddling mum for me please and tell her I love her and we will come out soon," he wrote.