Strictly’s Neil Jones finally reveals newborn’s unique name, which means star address

 – Gudstory

Strictly’s Neil Jones finally reveals newborn’s unique name, which means star address – Gudstory

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Neil Jones and Chyna Mills have revealed the unique name of their newborn daughter, two weeks after the Love Island star gave birth.

When the couple first announced the arrival of their newborn earlier this month, they were flooded with people congratulating them with an adorable first photo of the baby.

Mills captioned the joint post, “Our hearts are so full,” but the pair declined to provide any further details about their daughter.

However, in their first interview since giving birth, Mills and Jones have shared new insights about their life as parents.

And the pair revealed that Jones’ love of dancing played a huge role in deciding what they should name the newborn.

Jones and Mills have decided to nickname their daughter Havana, after the capital of Cuba.

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Neil and Chyna shared the first photo of Havana earlier this month

Instagram/Chyna Mills

Thinking deeply about the meaning of the name, Jones wrote Hello! Told: “Cuba is the home of dance and is very multicultural so it was perfect; it tells us.”

Mills also told the publication: “We’re watching Neil on Strictly from home.

“I told her, ‘Look, it’s daddy on the screen’ and at that very moment, she closed her eyes and gave a little smile.”

The new family live in Leeds, although Havana was born at St Thomas’ Hospital in London at the beginning of the month.

Cheena and Neel

Chyna and Neil welcomed their first child this year


Manrara and Skorzenek were eliminated from the competition ahead of the 2023 series, Jones was denied a celebrity partner, and Márquez was eliminated from the competition with partner Nikita Kanda in just two weeks.

The dancers competing in this year’s series have certainly been a success in grooming a new generation of celebrities for the dance floor.

Sadly, Les Dennis, Kanda and Jodie Cundy were the first three stars to bite the dust – although the BBC show came under fire after news of the eliminations emerged online before the results were even shown.

But records have also been set, including Layton Williams becoming the first top 10 Cha Cha winner in history and Angela Rippon surprising audiences as the oldest competitor.


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