Dani Dyer has shared her new baby’s name with the world, and fans have been wondering what the meaning behind it it.
The reality star, 24, revealed on the latest instalment of her podcast, Sorted with The Dyers, that she and boyfriend Sammy Kimmence had called their baby son Santiago.
She said: ‘I honestly can’t believe it, he’s finally here, our little boy. I never thought I’d meet him. I felt like it was going on and on.
‘But me and Sammy are so in love with him. He’s just so perfect and the feeling is just incredible, I can’t put into words how it feels.
‘I know you’re all probably wondering what we’ve called him. There’s been a lot of assumptions going on, some are actually really funny to be fair, but his name is Santiago.
‘I know a lot of you are probably thinking “What?!” but that is his name but we are going to be calling him Santi. I think it sounds nice on the birth certificate.’
Dani had announced the birth of her baby on social media, writing: ‘After a very long day and night finally our special little boy arrived 23/01/2021 Weighing 7 pound.
‘We are in a complete baby bubble and enjoying every moment, can not believe he is ours, completely inlove and so grateful to be his mummy..
‘Sending all my love to all the other mommas to be out there in lockdown.. the best experience ever will never forget this day.’
What does the name Santiago mean?
Santiago is a Spanish name which translates as Saint James. The name derives from the Hebrew name Jacob, via Sant Iago, which was first used to denote Saint James the Great.
The popular name is also a city in Chile, and is often shortened to Santi or San, and even Sandy in English-speaking countries.
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