David Gandy reveals that his newborn daughter is named Tabitha Elizabeth

David Gandy reveals that his newborn daughter is named Tabitha Elizabeth and says ‘everything changed’ after having children with lawyer girlfriend Stephanie Mendoros










David Gandy revealed that his newborn daughter is named Tabitha Elizabeth during an appearance on the all-male version of Loose Women on Friday.

The supermodel, 41, welcomed another daughter with her lawyer girlfriend Stephanie Mendoros on November 1st.

He appeared in the special Loose Men episode for International Men’s Day and spoke to panelists Vernon Kay, Iain Stirling, Ore Oduba and Mike Tindall about his experiences of fatherhood.

Baby name: David Gandy revealed his newborn daughter's name and discussed paternity during an appearance on the all-male version of Loose Women

Baby name: David Gandy revealed his newborn daughter’s name and discussed paternity during an appearance on the all-male version of Loose Women

Vernon congratulated David and said, ‘Congratulations, it’s been 18 days since your new daughter was born. Can you reveal the name of her name? ”

David revealed that her name was Tabitha Elizabeth, a biblical name meaning ‘beautiful’ in Greek.

He joked: ‘I have an evening with the boys arranged on Saturday to go and wet the baby’s head with a few pints of Guinness.’

Proud parents: Beautiful: The supermodel, 41, welcomed another baby girl with her lawyer girlfriend Stephanie Mendoros on November 1, 2021 (pictured together in May 2017)

Proud parents: Beautiful: The supermodel, 41, welcomed another baby girl with her lawyer girlfriend Stephanie Mendoros on November 1, 2021 (pictured together in May 2017)

Vernon asked David if his life was going in a different direction after becoming a father, and David replied, ‘I think everything changes, absolutely everything. I do not think one can underestimate how much things change.

‘With my career, I travel constantly. I was on 60-90 flights a year, traveled the world, went from job to job, and you can no longer do that when you have a child. ‘

He added that he had spent a lot of time with his second daughter Matilda at 3, who had become his ‘best partner’.

“I spend even more time with Matilda, which is great,” he said.

‘She’s three, it’s a great age – she’s just my little best mate at the moment, we’re doing everything.’

David went on to say that he had been ‘nervous’ about having a boy, admitting that as a child he had been ‘50% testosterone, 50% stupidity’.

Loose Men: He appeared in the special Loose Men episode for International Men's Day and spoke to panelists Vernon Kay, Iain Stirling, Ore Oduba and Mike Tindall

Loose Men: He appeared in the special Loose Men episode for International Men’s Day and spoke to panelists Vernon Kay, Iain Stirling, Ore Oduba and Mike Tindall

He explained: ‘People seem to be more worried about me not having a boy than I was. I was never worried. I think it really came from being nervous about having a boy.

‘Me and my friends did our best when we were growing up, we were 50% testosterone, 50% stupidity.’

‘How we did not kill ourselves or injure ourselves worse than we did is outside of me, so that’s why I was nervous about it.’

He added: ‘That may change when the girls turn 15 and the boyfriends start coming home.’

Special Significance: David revealed that his daughter's name is Tabitha Elizabeth, a biblical name meaning 'beautiful' in Greek

Special Significance: David revealed that his daughter’s name is Tabitha Elizabeth, a biblical name meaning ‘beautiful’ in Greek

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