Harry Kane’s wife Kate gives birth to couple’s fourth child – and reveals baby’s adorable name


HARRY Kane has revealed that his wife Kate has given birth to the couple’s fourth child.

Bayern’s £104m striker, 30, celebrated the announcement of his fourth tot in a heartfelt Instagram post.

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Instagram @katekanexHarry Kane and Kate had recently moved to Munich with their family[/caption]

The star striker revealed that the latest addition to the Kane family would be named Henry Edward Kane.

England‘s captain wrote: “Welcome to the world Henry Edward Kane. 20/8/2023.

“Love you baby boy!”

Thousands of congratulatory messages flooded the comments section on Kane’s social media post just minutes after the happy news.

Although it is not yet whether Henry was born in England or Germany, the words on the tot’s crib appear to be in English.

Sources previously said Kate scouted homes – and hospitals – in a secret visit to Munich at the end of July, and the baby could be born in the German city.

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If born in Germany, Henry would then be eligible to hold dual nationality — and could choose to play for England or their great footballing rivals.

According to the Federal Foreign Office, a child born in Germany can gain citizenship even if both parents are English.

But one of them must have an unlimited residence permit for at least three years. Kane ­qualifies as he has a four-year deal with Bayern.

England captain Harry previously said: “We’ll do whatever works best for us as a family.”

Kane is quickly settling into life in Germany on the pitch as he set up Leroy Sane’s first and scored the second in Bayern’s 4-0 win over Werder Bremen last Friday.

The former Tottenham star could have had a hat-trick with Bremen goalkeeper Jiri Pavlenka pulling off several saves before Kane found the net.

Kane’s debut ended prematurely as he pulled up with cramp, but he left the pitch to a standing ovation from the travelling Bayern support.

The deadly striker hopes to lead England to victory in the Euros in Germany next summer, and revealed he had received a congratulatory text from Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate.

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He said they will speak “when things have calmed down”.

EPAKane recently signed for Bayern Munich in a blockbuster deal[/caption]

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