The Wanted’s Tom Parker and wife Kelsey welcome first child together as they reveal adorable name

The Wanted’s Tom Parker and wife Kelsey Hardwick have welcomed their first child together.

The couple, who tied the knot last year, have announced the arrival of a baby girl, revealing her name as Aurelia Rose Parker.

The little girl was born on June 30, the pair revealed.

Sharing the first snap of their newborn, the singer placed a board next to Aurelia revealing the birth details of his little one.

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Aurelia was born at 8.30am and weighed 7lb’s exactly.

He captioned the image: “You should have been here tomorrow, but you just couldn’t wait to get here. // Our beautiful daughter arrived on Sunday morning at 8.30am weighing a wonderful 7lbs. // You gave Mummy & Daddy a little scare on the way in but you definitely made a big entrance.

“// I can’t wait to see you grow in to a wonderful human being. My heart is full of love. // A massive thanks to everyone at PRUH hospital for being so wonderful and caring to both mum and baby.

“// To my beautiful wife. My love for you grew stronger than ever before after watching you give birth to our daughter. I’ll always be here to love and protect you both. // Aurelia Rose Parker – 30.06.19.”

The couple announced they are expecting in February, revealing their baby’s due date as July.

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The couple tied the knot last year at Ridge Farm in Surrey, with the singer exclusively branding the ceremony the "best day of his life" in an exclusive interview with OK! magazine.

"It was literally love at first sight," Kelsey said on their wedding day.

"I saw him outside a nightclub in London and I grabbed my friend and said: ‘Oh my god, I love him.’ He’s the love of my life. The boys always say we’re the boy and girl version of each other, which is why it works."

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