Robbie Williams reveals his newborn son's name.

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Robbie Williams did something a little different when his wife went into labour on Tuesday, he began live-blogging his newborn son’s birth.

And now he’s revealed his baby boy’s name, in the same way. Robbie posted another video to Twitter, announcing his son has been named Charlton Valentine Williams.

Along with the video, Robbie captioned the post with, "Charlton Valentine Williams has left the building…and Daddy is doing just fine. RW x."

Robbie. Image via @robbiewilliams Twitter.

Robbie took an unusual route when he decided to live-blog his wife's labour. When Ayda Field went into labour,  Robbie decided to celebrate by posting a series of videos and images of their hospital visit.

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Robbie. Image via @robbiewilliams Instagram.

He began with a picture of his wife wearing bedazzled red stilettos with her legs spread on a hospital bed. And he finished his whirlwind blogging by posting a video announcing Ayda has given birth to a baby boy.

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Robbie. Image via @robbiewilliams Instagram.

The 40-year-old singer constantly updated his fans on his wife's condition throughout the labour, posting funny videos and pictures during the 24-hour period.

Robbie. Image via @robbiewilliams Instagram.

The live-blogging gave fans a rare insight into the star's life and his relationship.

Robbie. Image via @robbiewilliams Twitter.

Ayda was filmed dancing to Iggy Azalea's hit Fancy and the couple were pictured both sleeping at one point during the labour. His final video revealed the baby is a boy who weight 8 pounds, 2 ounces.

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Robbie. Image via @robbiewilliams Instagram.

Congratulations to Robbie and Ayda!

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