ELLIE Goulding shared the first snap of baby son Arthur with a surprise video about her pregnancy.
The singer, 29, welcomed son Arthur with husband Caspar Jopling in April of this year.
In an adorable new video, Ellie shared black-and-white footage of her growing baby bump.
Caspar says to her: "Rub your tummy", leading to the star unzipping her coat to reveal her baby bump, with her husband saying: "You can barely see it!"
The video then shows the couple going for a baby scan, before clips of Ellie's growing baby bump.
She also showed her maternity exercise routines, including running, squats, cycling and swimming.
The video ends with Ellie cuddling up to her baby son as he sleeps on her chest.
The singer captioned the video: "Dropped a BIG unexpected side project this year think it might be the greatest yet – shoutout to Mother Nature for the collab of all collabs. Music by @tshamusic"
Fans loved the new clip, with one person saying: "I hope I could say I’m not crying but I’m actually crying. Wish you, your husband and your beautiful Arthur nothing but love and happiness ♥️"
Another added: "SO CUTE❤️❤️❤️❤️"
A third remarked: "I love you with my whole heart❤️❤️❤️🥺🥺"
Caspar and Ellie revealed their sons name as Arthur Ever Winter Jopling in The Times' Births, Deaths and Marriages section earlier this month.
The announcement in the paper simply reads: "JOPLING on 29th April 2021 to Elena Goulding and Caspar, a son, Arthur Ever Winter."
Arthur is a traditional boy's name of Celtic origin that means 'bear' and was once the shining head of the Knights of the Round Table.
The middle name Ever has a timeless quality and Winter evokes the coldest season of the year.
The popstar has been unusually quiet about her pregnancy and only confirmed she was pregnant back in February when she was already seven months along.
The singer’s husband, art dealer Caspar, announced the arrival of the tot on his social media over the weekend.
Next to a bunch of flowers he wrote: “Mum and baby both healthy and happy. Extremely grateful.”
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