He announced the birth of his first child on Wednesday.
And on Sunday, Shaun Malone, 25, shared the adorable first photo of baby Louis when he introduced his newborn son to fans on social media and wrote, ‘Hi everyone, this is Louis Malone 8lb 12oz’.
The little boy was dressed in a personalized hat and a matching blue baby suit that read, “Hello world. I’m Louis Maloney, ”and I saw him sleeping next to a cuddly bunny.
Hello World! On Sunday, Shaun Malone, 25, shared the adorable first photo of baby Louis when he introduced his newborn son to fans on social media
Based in Manchester, Shaun is a popular part of the Channel 4 show alongside father Tom, mother Julie and brother Tom Junior. He also has a sister, Vanessa, who is a nurse.
Re-sharing the sweet photo on Twitter, Shaun’s mom wrote: ‘Congratulations to Shaun Malone and his girlfriend Jade with their baby son Louis Malone born July 8 at 2:39 pm @shaunmalone @TheMalonesGB.’
The Gogglebox star took to Twitter on Wednesday to reveal that the baby boy was named Louis and had given birth through the C-section through his girlfriend.
On Twitter, Shaun proudly wrote, “Super happy to announce the birth of my son Louis Malone.”
Cute! Shaun’s mom shared the sweet photo again on Twitter and shared a congratulatory message with her son and his girlfriend
Congrats! On Wednesday, Shaun announced the birth of his son named Louis, who was delivered by his girlfriend through the C-section (pictured with Dad Tom)
The Gogglebox star later added, “Thanks for everyone’s interest, mom and baby are both good, I couldn’t be prouder of my girlfriend, I wouldn’t be so brave if my belly was cut open.”
Shortly after, Shaun’s mom retweeted the news to the family’s Twitter account and added: ‘So excited to welcome our new grandson Louis !!!! I can’t wait to meet him. Congratulations !!! ‘
Earlier this year, Gogglebox star Shaun Malone recalled the moment he was on the verge of his death at the age of 15.
Recurring role: The media personality has appeared on the famous Channel 4 show with his family since 2014 (pictured with parents Tom, Julie and brother Tom Jr)
Big announcement! Shaun took to Twitter and shared the happy news with his followers
Pride! The TV personality later added that his son had been welcomed through C-section
The reality star revealed that he had a less than 10 percent chance of survival because his case of sinusitis caused brain damage.
Shaun focuses on his duties as a coach at the Manchester United Foundation, where he started playing football at the organization.
The reality star went into detail when he went into a coma after suffering from brain swelling after a common sinus infection.
Exciting! Shortly after, Shaun’s mom retweeted the news to the family’s Twitter account
He explained on the Coaching from the bank podcast: ‘In 2010 I got sinusitis and somehow the infection found its way back to my brain.
“My brain started to swell and my skull started crushing it, so my mom took me to the emergency room and said ‘look, he’s bad! and they said it was sinusitis.
The man from Manchester continued, “And then one day I collapsed at home and eventually went into a coma and they told my mom and dad that I had a less than 10 percent chance of living.
Shaun explained how his brain damage affected his life shortly after waking up from a coma and shared, “I was in a coma for a few weeks – and they said to my mom and dad,” Shaun has brain damage, we don’t know what the brain damage is or how it will affect him or whether it will be really bad ‘.
‘I had a less than 10 percent chance of living’: Earlier this month, Gogglebox star Shaun recalled the moment he was on the verge of death at age 15
“And when I woke up, my brain damage had affected me in some ways, like my memory, but especially the way it affected me was with my left side.
“I was essentially having a stroke, I couldn’t move my left arm, left leg, and even the left side of my face. My sister has pictures of me trying to eat. ‘
Almost a decade later, he attributed his job to the Manchester United Foundation for helping to regain his confidence after his ordeal.
The sportsman said, “It had a huge impact on my mental health, I had gone from a very outgoing young boy to when all my independence was taken from me.”
“I couldn’t move my left arm, left leg, and even the left side of my face”: The reality star revealed he had a less than 10 percent chance of survival because his case of sinusitis caused brain damage