Rochelle Humes has issued another motherhood update, after she and hubby Marvin Humes shared the news of their first son's arrival earlier this month.
The parents welcomed baby Blake, their third child and first son after daughters Alaia-Mai, seven and Valentina, three.
Now Rochelle has told that she mistakenly calls Blake "good girl" after getting so used to raising girls.
Taking to Instagram with a fresh-faced selfie, the This Morning star penned: "What the past 2 weeks or so have looked like for me...Pjs off, shower (if time). Pjs on, repeat.
"Really enjoying the pace of watching my boy grow and giving all to my little family. I am however more inspired than ever, my brain has been working on over drive.
"I have had to keep a little note pad by my bed as I wake up in the middle of the night with lots of ideas.
"Breastfeeding update, I'm actually really now starting to enjoy it and have settled in so much. As I've said before it really didn't work out for me previously and really put me off even trying but this time I've really taken to it and so has he, so don't let past experiences put you off."
"I wish I would have given it another go with Valle now. If you can stick with it it definitely gets easier. This morning we are off to register him, I still can't believe he is here and that I have a boy.
"I say 'she/her/good girl' by mistake all day, I need to get used to it. Also thanks for warning me about the fountain pee when you change the nappy...woah it's deffo a thing."
Rochelle shared a snap from the hospital after giving birth to Blake, penning: "Blake Hampton Humes. On Friday morning at 8.44am our boy arrived to flip the switch on 2020.
"I didn't think I'd ever fall in love with another man but this guy has stolen my whole heart and we've been in a love bubble ever since..."
Proud dad Marvin, meanwhile, wrote: "My son! My son!!! Feels so weird but amazing saying that.
"Blake Hampton Humes was born on Friday weighing 8 pounds 2 ounces. Rochelle is a superwoman... family complete."
They announced that they were expecting with an Easter Sunday reveal, sharing the gender in a sweet video with their girls.