Kimberley Walsh welcomes third son with husband Justin Scott

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Kimberley Walsh has welcomed her third child. (Photo by Brett Cove/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)
Kimberley Walsh has welcomed her third child. (Brett Cove/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

Kimberley Walsh has announced the birth of her third son with husband Justin Scott after welcoming the baby last month. 

The Girls Aloud star said she and her spouse, who are already parents to sons Bobby, six, and Cole, four, "feel complete" following the arrival of baby Nate Jackson on 28 May. 

Walsh said there had been "drama" with her previous births but this time it was the "perfect labour".

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"It was an amazing experience," she told OK! Magazine. "I wouldn’t say Justin enjoyed it but he didn’t find this one too troublesome! 

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"Previously, there was always a drama, whereas this time I managed to push him out in three pushes because I focused everything into it."

The singer had shared back in March that she was set to welcome a baby boy.

Walsh said she had been induced 10 days ahead of her due date due to certain antibodies showing up in her blood tests. 

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"They took advice from the lab and paediatrician because the type of antibodies they were can cause anaemia in the baby, and the worst-case scenario would have been a blood transfusion for Nate," she said. 

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As for how her older children have handled the new addition to the family, the mother-of-three said there was "instant attachment and love". 

Walsh also added that her former bandmates Nicola Roberts and Cheryl had been round to see Nate while Nadine Coyle and Sarah Harding, who is currently battling breast cancer, sent well wishes. 

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