David Gandy shares baby daughter’s Biblical name after welcoming second child

David Gandy revealed the name of his new baby daughter live on the all-male edition of Loose Women.

He told panelists Vernon Kay, Ore Oduba, Iain Stirling and Mike Tindall who were hosting the show to celebrate International Men's Day.

The panel were formed to have open and honest conversations about male mental health, relationships and fatherhood.

The TV star Vernon was talking to the first ever male supermodel and about his new baby girl. David's barrister girlfriend Stephanie Mendoros gave birth to their second child on 1 November 2021.

Deputising for Ruth Langsford, Vernon said to David: "Congratulations, its 18 days since your new daughter was born. Can you reveal the name of what she going to be called?"

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David replied: "Its Tabitha Isabella" The Loose Men for the day praised the lovely name, which is of Biblical origin and means gorgeous in Greek.

Love Island narrator Iain Stirling told him, "beautiful name, have you had the chance to go and wet Tabitha's head yet?"

This topic arose after the gentlemen discussed the newfound tradition of celebrating a baby's birth by having a few drinks with pals in a pub.

David was also a fan of this tradition and replied: "I was listening to this guys. We didn't do the stag do but yes, I do have an evening organised with the boys on Saturday to wet the babies head with a few pints of Guinness."

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The panel used the rest of the show to talk about a range of topics that affect men. Mike Tindall even revealed a hilarious story involving Nando's and his his wife Zara's pregnancy.

The stars also shared their own experiences with mental health.

Vernon said: "When I met Tess, she said, 'You’ve got to read The Secret', and it was like I knew it anyway. If you channel what you believe in, it will manifest. And you’ve got to work hard because no one is going to give you anything.

The I'm A Celebrity 2020 runner-up added: "I’ve been in telly 23 years and I’ve done everything I’ve ever wanted to do. Tess always tells me off for not celebrating the moment or telling myself ‘well done’ on doing this… I’m always thinking about the next thing.

"I’ve always believed in fate. Whatever they told me to do at school, I just didn’t pay attention – I always knew something was going to happen. I could have been a lorry driver with my dad but I just knew in the third year of school something was going to happen and I was going to be all right."

The Loose Women regulars will return next week and the traditional Loose Men show will be back to discuss male mental health, fatherhood and Nando's again soon.

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