Millie Mackintosh admits shes struggling with a name for second child and asks for help

Millie Mackintosh has taken to her Instagram page to ask her followers for help choosing a baby name.

The star is getting ready to welcome her second child but is yet to choose a name.

She has been open with her second pregnancy by posting regular updates to her Instagram page.

The ex-Made In Chelsea star posted a family photo with her husband and daughter asking her fans for help.

She wrote: "Choosing a name for your second child is totally different than naming your first.

"There are more factors to consider, you want the names to compliment each other, but still be strong and individual by themselves. We loved the name Sienna from the very start and were certain that was what she would be called.

"We want the new bubba to have a name that we love just as much, but it’s proving tough! We have a couple of names on the table but any suggestions are welcome!"

Millie has a daughter named Sienna with her husband Hugo Taylor and is preparing to welcome a second daughter.

The pair found out that they were having another girl during a baby gender reveal where they popped a balloon which released pink confetti.

Millie posted it to her Instagram along with Cyndi Lauper's Girls Just Wanna Have Fun playing over the video.

Recently, Millie admitted she's ready to welcome her second child as she nears the end of her pregnancy.


As she shared a gorgeous photo showing off her bump, she told fans in the caption: "I feel very ready to not be pregnant anymore, I’m beyond excited to hold my baby in my arms but I already know I’ll really miss my bump and the feel of her moving around in my tummy.

"I’ve really noticed how my face has changed recently, it’s more puffy, especially first thing in the morning, the extra fluid is really starting to show up! I’ve also got really flushed pink cheeks and my pigmentation is intense due to the hormones, this happened during my last pregnancy also and stayed around for a while after."

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