Geordie Shore's Charlotte Crosby gets ANOTHER puppy - that's three now!

Published Monday, May 16 2016, 12:19 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Geordie Shore star Charlotte Crosby has welcomed ANOTHER puppy to her little family.

Charlotte is already the proud parent to her pet pooch Baby and last week, Charlotte revealed she added a new addition to her canine brood - Baby's little sister Rhubarb.

BUT over the weekend, Charlotte introduced Rhubarb to Baby for the first time and confessed she had also brought home a third puppy too. How cute!

Charlotte Crosby introduces new puppies
15 May

© Twitter / @Charlottegshore

Charlotte Crosby introduces new puppies
15 May

© Twitter / @Charlottegshore



Taking to Twitter, Charlotte shared photos of her two newest recruits. Tweeting alongside her photo of Rhubarb, Charlotte said: "Taking the little fatty home now to meet her big sister."

She then posted a picture of her third pup and revealed: "Oh and meet spike...I kind of got 2 #TheMunchkins."

Fans were left a little confused over the name of her third puppy, however. Charlotte had referred to him as Spike on Twitter, but sharing a photo of her dogs on Instagram, she appeared to call him Bear instead.

One fan commented: "Is it spike or bear??"

Either way Rhubarb and Baby's brother is a little cutie, right?

Charlotte Crosby introduces new puppies
15 May

© Instagram / @charlottegshore



Charlotte had hinted that she wanted to take on more puppies. Shortly after welcoming Baby, Charlotte shared a YouTube video to introduce her to fans.

In it, she revealed that she has always wanted a Pom and admitted she couldn't decide between a boy or a girl. Charlotte explained she favoured Baby because she was cuter than the boy, although now she's found herself with both!

And clearly loving having her trio around, Charlotte tweeted: "Waking up to puppies is the BEST."

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