Peter Andre still doesn't have a name for his new baby even though the tot is likely to be born any day now.

Peter Andre and his wife Emily are expecting their third child together

Peter Andre and his wife Emily are expecting their third child together

The 51-year-old pop star and his wife Emily are expecting their third child together and the baby is due very soon, but the couple haven't made the big decision yet so the little one may have to go a few weeks without an official name.

In his column for OK! magazine, Peter mulled over baby names which have gone out of fashion - insisting they could give some inspiration: "I was reading about a few baby names that are apparently on the brink of 'extinction', and it looks like the most endangered in 2024 is Keanu for a boy and Flo, a shortened version of Florence, for a girl. I really like Keanu. It’s crazy to think names could be wiped out.

"Maybe this will give us some inspiration, but we have no idea what we’ll call the baby. [Daughter] Millie didn’t get her name for the first six weeks of her life, as we started with Rose before settling on Millie."

The couple are parents to Millie, 10, and seven-year-old Theo, while Peter is also dad to Junior, 18, and Princess, 16, from his marriage to Katie Price.

Peter also revealed he's planning to stay close to home until the baby arrives because he doesn't want Emily to go into labour when she's alone.

He added: "I’m at the point where I don’t want to leave Emily’s side or, if I do, I only travel 15 or 20 minutes away, just in case. The kids are so excited, too. Junior says he’s going to love this baby like it’s his own, so he’ll definitely be on babysitting duties!"

Emily, 34, recently admitted she had found her third pregnancy "a bit more challenging" than her previous two.

During an appearance on 'Lorraine', she explained: "It's been harder, I would say. I don't know if it's just because I'm a little bit older, or because I've got two other kids that I'm running around after.

"It's definitely been a little bit more challenging, but I think that's to be expected. The more pregnancies you have, I guess, they get a bit more challenging, but I love it. It's such a precious time."

But the doctor expressed her gratitude for her supportive husband, adding: "He's so hands-on and he's making sure I don't carry anything and he's helping me up the stairs and all of those things."