Tom Parker calls Max George a "knobhead" for leaking baby news

Joe Anderton
·2-min read
Photo credit: Ollie Millington - Getty Images
Photo credit: Ollie Millington - Getty Images

From Digital Spy

The Wanted star Tom Parker has branded his former bandmate Max George a "knobhead", after the latter revealed the birth of Tom's new baby ahead of time.

Tom and his wife Kelsey recently welcomed baby Bodhi, their second child following daughter Aurelia, into the world recently, and announced he has arrived with some lovely pictures and interview in the latest issue of OK!.

But, although the pair had a deal in place, Max went and spilled the news weeks in advance during an appearance on Lorraine.

Photo credit: Ollie Millington - Getty Images
Photo credit: Ollie Millington - Getty Images

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"We were going, 'You knobhead!'" Tom joked in the OK! interview, while Kelsey added: "I texted him saying, 'You've got a big mouth!'"

Elsewhere, the pair said their new baby was very chilled out, and explained that Tom didn't like the name Bodhi (which means 'enlightenment') but was overruled by Kelsey. The latter also talked about how her waters broke at 10pm but she didn't give birth until 7am.

Back in October, Tom revealed the tragic news that he had been diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour following two seizures throughout the year.

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"I need everyone's love and positivity," he said at the time.

"I am going to fight this. We are already exploring alternative treatments and looking at clinical trials both here and abroad, and our friends have been doing research.

"There are so many stories of people who were given a bad prognosis and are still here five, 10, even 15 years later. We're going to fight this all the way."

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