MARNIE Simpson has revealed how she chose the trendy name Rox for her newborn son with Casey Johnson.
She has now taken to her Instagram Stories page to tell how she sought advice from online slang website, Urban Dictionary.
New mum Marnie confessed: “Everyone keeps asking how I picked his name,” before sharing a grab of the Urban Dictionary listing: “Rox something that is ultra cool.”
She added: “I came across this definition online and loved it coz I knew he was going to be ultra cool.”
The site defined the word and listed it as: “Something that is ultra cool.”
It then followed up with the example: “Nothing rox like a fredo.”
It also added further definitions along the same vein, with the words: “Rox is a name for very cool people. Usually very handsome and brave.”
It then state Rox is urban speak for “the quality of being very good or skilled.”
Yesterday Marnie, 27, posted a family photo of the pair with their baby, writing: “We adore you so much our beautiful boy .”
It shows the star cradling the newborn and gazing down at him as a proud Casey wraps his arms around them both.
She captioned the snap: “Rox Johnson. 29.10.19, 8.1.”
Marnie later posted a video of Casey playing with the child, lifting him up and asking him: “Say Dada”, which she captioned: “Does he realise he’s only 3 weeks old lol.”
The star also shared an Instagram video of her cuddled up to the sleeping tot and smiling at the camera.
Marnie also posted a video of her snuggled up with little Rox[/caption]
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Marnie’s Geordie Shore co-star Charlotte Crosby was among the first to reply to the cute picture, writing: “Aw marns I’m in love.”
Love Island’s Olivia Buckland added: “So beautiful congratulations .”
Marnie admitted in an OK! magazine interview that Rex nearly got called Columbus, Diego or Emmett.
She said: “Ultimately, Casey would have let me choose the name, but I wanted him to enjoy it, too.”
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