Megan Gale and Shaun Hampson welcomed their second child together on September 27, admitting the engaged couple struggled to decide on a name for their baby girl.
The 42-year-old model took to Instagram today to announce the couple have chosen a name. Meet Rosie May Dee Hampson!
Alongside this adorable photo of Rosie, Megan explained the family significance behind the name:
"We were lucky we had so many great names for this little girl. We just wanted to be really sure that it was the one for her. This was a name I had really liked initially when I was pregnant , Shaun wasn't a fan so I'd crossed it off the list and we focused only on one other name that we both liked. Then when she was born Shaun said she really suited Rosie but we still weren't 100% and also still keen on some of the other names too.
Talk about indecisiveness! Anyway, yesterday we stared long and hard at her while she was snoozing and it just all came together. No other name seemed to suit her more than Rosie. And the name has a beautiful significance too, much like River's. Rosie is a nod to my Nana (Dad's Mum, Rosella), May is my Mum's name, Dee is Shaun's Mum's name and obviously Hampson, the family name from Tom, Shaun's Dad. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️"
Earlier this year, cover star Megan revealed that she suffered a heartbreaking miscarriage in May 2016.
“It took us six months with River…so we thought, let’s try around April and see what happens,” she told InStyle.
“I found out in May and I was so thrilled it had happened so quickly, and a little bit shocked. My body was [changing]…and I was hoping to hide it, but I felt very pregnant.”
She also recently shared videos on her Instagram, revealing how difficult it was for her to talk about the miscarriage.
"You don't really want to be reminded of it all the time, so I think that's why a lot of women don't talk about it," she said.
She added that she felt incredibly guilty at first, and looked for reasons that it might have gone wrong.
"I was just so shocked, and immediately you just go into a bit of blame. What have I done? Because you're charged with this responsibility to grow this life and carry it through.
"I think it's very natural with a miscarriage to have this feeling that you've really dropped the ball."
This article originally appeared on InStyle Australia