'We're Getting There!' Peter Andre Reveals New Baby Girl's Nickname But Still No Name

The proud new dad suggests he and Emily MacDonagh still haven't named their little girl

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Peter Andre and Emily MacDonagh welcomed their new baby girl into the world nearly two weeks ago, but it looks like the newest addition to the Andre family still doesn't have a name!

The TV star and his girlfriend dashed to Musgrove Park Hospital in Somerset earlier this month, which is where the 24-year-old's father works, with Pete by Emily's side for the birth of his third child.

It's now thought that the pair are currently spending some time with Emily's parents at their Somerset home, which will allow the brunette to settle into motherhood. While they enjoy some time with their baby girl, the couple seem in no hurry to name their daughter.

"We have the next couple of weeks to think of a name," Pete told OK! magazine after the birth.

Now, the star has taken to his New! magazine column to reveal what life is like as a new dad, and while he admits to sleepless nights he's still not giving the game away when it comes to names.

Peter and Emily have welcomed a baby girl into their family (WENN)

Talking about his work on new track Kid, which features on the upcoming DreamWorks film Mr. Peabody & Sherman, Peter reveals that "it was my first day back at work since the baby was born".

"Originally, my plan was to work all of January and have February off, but now the baby’s here I want to space out my days off so I’ve got more time at home."

"As you might expect, I’m not getting much sleep at the moment, but oddly, I’m not knackered. I’m just so excited. At the moment, I’m averaging six hours of broken sleep a night. And for me, that’s not a lot".

The doting dad added that he and Emily are trying to come up with a nickname for their new addition but with no luck yet! "Last week I revealed one of my resolutions was to find a nickname for our baby girl. We’re getting there but for now, it’ll stay 'Bista’s sister,'" Peter tells his readers.

Read the full story in this week's new! magazine - out 21 January 2014

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