Scarlett Moffatt dropped a huge hint about her adorable baby's name months ago – but nobody noticed | The Sun

SCARLETT Moffatt dropped a major clue about her newborn son's name months before he was born.

However, you would have to be a bit of a fan of The Beatles to get it.

Former Gogglebox and I'm A Celeb star Scarlett revealed last night that her baby son with Scott Dobinson had been born.

Alongside a series of cute pictures she told fans that she and her policeman partner had called the child Jude.

Followers will know that Scarlett, 32, is a fan of The Beatles and incorporated their music into her gender reveal.

Playing one of their biggest songs during her gender reveal, she wrote: "In the great words of The Beatles… 'Here comes the SON.'"

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She also refenced the song Cloud Nine by the pop-rockers' lead guitarist George Harrison during the birth announcement.

And of course the name Jude features in the Beatles smash Hey Jude, which was written by Paul McCartney.

The name was relatively obscure before the release of the 1968 song, which was a No1 hit around the world.

Scarlett revealed the name of the child – who had arrived earlier than expected – in an Instagram post.

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She wrote: "Jude Xavier Dobinson 💙. My darling boy I can’t stop crying looking at you as I can’t quite believe you’re mine.

"You wanted to meet us early at just 35 weeks. Me & your daddy love you so much that I can’t even put this feeling into words.

"Our heart and soul feels complete & ready to burst. I will forever and always be grateful to be your mammy."

The TV star went on to thank the midwives Helen and Charlotte and the team at Durham Hospital.

She wrote: "You will all forever hold a special place in my heart for looking after us all with such compassion. Let the baby bubble commence."

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