Charlotte Church reveals sweet name of baby daughter eleven months after birth

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Charlotte Church has finally revealed the name of her baby daughter eleven months after her birth.

Making an appearance on Thursday's instalment of This Morning, the 35 year old, who usually keeps her family life private, revealed that the youngster is named Frida Simone.

The singer was talking about her environmental campaign and the Awen Project school she runs when host Holly Willoughby said: "Of course you've got the baby as well, on top of all of that! So, so busy."

Charlotte replied: "Yes, absolutely, she's delicious. Little miss Frida Simone. She's almost 11-months now. She is, however, causing me some seriously sleepless nights now."

"Well, you're looking good on it, let me tell you," Holly told her.

Back in March, Charlotte confirmed that she had welcomed a child with her husband Jonathan Powell on This Morning.

Charlotte has been private when it comes to sharing pictures of the little one on social media but delighted fans when she showed a rare glimpse of Frida last month.

The former opera singer was showing off her massive garden at the grounds of her jaw-dropping £2.5 million South Wales home when she cuddled up to her daughter, who sat in a baby walker.

Charlotte is also mum to daughter Ruby, 13, and Dexter, 12, who she shares with ex-fiancé Gavin Henson.

The star certainly has a lot on her plate, as she recently announced her plans to set up an off-grid community in mid-Wales on the grounds of Laura Ashley's former mansion, and she's looking for participants.

She has shared the new venture on her social media feeds, encouraging those over 18 to apply to join the 'team'.

Charlotte's new group will stay in a hostel-style accommodation on the 47-acre grounds of designer Laura Ashley's former mansion, Rhydoldog House, set near the rolling hills of the Cambrian valley in mid-Wales.

In exchange for a membership – which includes activities, food and hostel-style accommodation – members will be expected to complete 30 hours of labour per week.

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