EMILY MacDonagh and Peter Andre welcomed their second child together last week.
And the I’m A Celebrity favourite admitted he had “baby brain” following their new arrival.
The dad of four opened up about coping with their little one, following a difficult pregnancy, and revealed the moment the baby met his older siblings.
Speaking in his new! magazine column, he wrote: “I’m so excited my little boy is here!
“He’s such a joy and is doing really well – as is his mum.
“He was nearly 3 weeks early, but he weighed 6lb 10oz, a bit more than Amelia did.”
But the Loose Women panelist admitted he had been sleeping on the floor beside his wife’s bed before the little one arrived.
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“I was so tired because I’d been sleeping on the floor in the maternity unit,” he explained.
“I’ve got such bad baby brain, though!
“I’m struggling but I haven’t had to breastfeed so I’m lucky! My respect for Ems just goes up and up.”
Pete also opened up about when son Junior and daughter Princess, from his marriage to Katie Price, met their younger brother.
“J and P were the first people I told about the baby,” he confessed.
“They got to meet their new brother at the weekend and they love him already!
“Mills has been awesome too, and is loving being a big sister. She calls him Brother Baby – it’s so cute.
“I was putting her to bed the other night and with the new baby here, Mills looks like a giant now.”
Emily and Pete also revealed they could be expanding their family even more in the future.
Speaking exclusively to OK! Magazine, the Mysterious Girl singer added: “We’re extremely happy and excited to have a baby boy – he’s beautiful!
“When Amelia was born I thought maybe that was it. But she’s wonderful, so I felt we might have one or two more.
“We probably will have more kids.
The family dynamic has become so wonderful since Amelia.
“I definitely think we’re going to have more, but I’ve got to ask Ems first!”
And Emily admitted it all depends on how well-behaved their little one is.
The junior doctor confessed: “If this baby is a terror, then we might not have any more!”
“The way I’m looking at it is if this baby is a complete nightmare and doesn’t sleep for the first two years, we’ll have a complete family and be happy with four children.
“But if it’s good, we’ll have another one!”