Cyrell and Eden name their newborn son after a US city

After careful deliberation, they’ve opted for the name of a US city, calling the little boy Boston Eden Dally.

The couple of MAFS and Love Island fame shared the news three weeks on from the birth with New Idea, teasing fans on their Instagram with a post which simply read “When u finally agree on a name.”

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Opening up to the magazine about their unusual choice, they revealed it wasn’t first on the list.

“Eden wanted the name Cruz at first. But my sister took it,” Cyrell said, adding that Rome and Cash were also in the running.

“He just looks like a Boston,” Eden added, calling it “such a manly name”.

“He’s got these big hands! He’s always got them up and his hands clenched. I get a feeling he might be a boxer!” the excited new dad said.


Boston arrived two weeks before Cyrell’s due date, with the reality star calling it a “traumatic birth” on February 9.

“I probably took every drug you could take during labour,” the 30-year-old told the magazine.

“I ended up getting cut as well, and because I genuinely couldn’t push anymore, he also had to get suctioned out.”

Eden, 27, was by his on-off girlfriend’s side during the delivery.

Cyrell and Eden first met in March 2019 after Cyrell’s “marriage” to MAFS husband Nic Jovanovic ended, and they began dating within a matter of weeks.

It’s been a rocky ride for the couple, who briefly split in October before reconciling in December.

“We’re having a baby together and at the end of the day, first and foremost, our priority is our son, and we always want to be a family,” Cyrell said of their reunion.

The couple revealed they were expecting their first child in August in an interview with New Idea.

Cyrell copped backlash at the time for sharing a picture from the photo shoot on her Instagram page and bragging about making $2000 to “have a baby”.

While Cyrell and Eden admitted at the time that their pregnancy “wasn’t planned”, they insisted they were “bursting with excitement” at the prospect of becoming parents.

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