These are very sweet.
Words by Jadie Troy-Pryde
Cheryl and Liam Payne welcomed their son into the world this weekend after what felt like years of speculation over her pregnancy. The former Girls Aloud singer only confirmed that she was pregnant when pictures of this gorgeous photoshoot for L’Oreal leaked last month.
However, the happy mum took to Instagram to share her happy news with the world, telling us all that her little boy had 'stolen their hearts'.
And as the world now knows that they have welcomed a little boy, everyone has been trying to work out what they will call their bundle of joy - but it seems that Liam and Cheryl already know what they are going to name their baby.
In a previous interview with GQ, Cheryl spoke about being a mother, saying: ‘I love kids, I’m obsessed with babies.
‘I know that’s what I was put on the Earth to do – to be a mother.’
She went on to confirm that if she had a little boy, she would name him Alfie, as it has been a favourite of hers for years.
However, boyfriend Liam has different ideas about the moniker for their first born child.
In a radio interview, he admitted: ‘I like the name Taylor.
‘Taylor’s pretty neutral for a boy or a girl. That’s what I’m going to call my first child.’
So there you have it – we could be seeing a confirmation Instagram from Chiam naming the bubba Alfie or Taylor (or even Alflor?!) very soon.
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