Georgia Kousoulou reveals unlikely reason behind baby boy Brody’s name

Georgia Kousoulou has shared the unlikely reason behind her baby boy's name, Brody, delighting fans in an Instagram Q&A.

The ex-The Only Way Is Essexregular has been very open about her journey as a new mum and it hasn't all been plain sailing.

Georgia, 30, and fiancé Tommy Mallet, 29, were filmed getting to grips with parenthood on their spin-off show Baby Steps.

With the show currently airing its second series, Georgia took to Instagram to answer fans' questions about their life and their son.

She revealed the unlikely reason behind her baby's name, sharing that the moniker is one she's loved since watching a hit reality show "back in the day".

Responding to a fan asking how she decided on Brody's name, Georgia wrote: "I loved it from when I watched the Hills back in the day."

The Hills was an American reality show that kicked off in 2006 and lasted until 2010, and marked Brody Jenner's first foray into television.

Brody, the son of Caitlyn Jenner, also appeared on Keeping Up With The Kardashians, when he was frequently seen spending time with his half-sisters, Kendall and Kylie, and step-sisters, Kim, Kourtney and Khloe.

Georgia recently opened up about her experience with postnatal depression, revealing that Tommy had staged an intervention with her midwife.

The TOWIE star had first noticed his fiancée was struggling to adjust to motherhood after hearing her sobbing in the bathroom.

Bringing both of their mums and Georgia's midwife to their home, Tommy wanted to show Georgia she had people to talk to.

When asked if she's started to plan for the wedding yet, Georgia revealed that her and Tommy are yet to start planning, after only getting engaged in February during a trip to Mexico.

With another new mum asking for advice on worrying less, she also confessed: "I'm a control freak and I'm trying to relax a little, I think a lot of mums feel this but we will learn over time I hope."

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