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Jordan keeps baby Harvey under wraps
Glamour model Jordan played hide and seek with the Press, leaving hospital with her newborn son shrouded by a blanket.
Harvey, named after Jordan's grandfather, was born after a nine-hour labour was induced. He was two weeks overdue.
More than a dozen reporters and photographers and a documentary film crew waited outside the hospital's Millennium Wing, hoping for a glimpse of her 8lb 7oz boy.
The baby was finally carried out by Jordan's step-father Peter. They were surrounded by four bouncers, thought to have been contracted by a national magazine, which had paid an undisclosed sum for exclusive picture rights over the new mother and child.
They used their bodies to obscure the child from the view of photographers as Mr Price bundled him into Jordan's black Range Rover with blacked-out windows.
Jordan emerged from hospital a few minutes later, supported by mother Amy and Press spokesman Dave Read.
Looking tired and walking painfully, the model paused to pose for photographers and speak to journalists.
She said: "I'm sore. We are both doing very well. I am glad I can see my toes now and my belly has gone."
The model, who lives in Fulking, West Sussex, praised staff at the hospital, which she had selected because it was where both she and her mother were born.
Seconds later, she too was bundled into the car and driven to her mother's home in Graham Avenue, Patcham.
Earlier, Harvey's father, Manchester United star Dwight Yorke, was spotted visiting the hospital carrying flowers and a teddy bear.
He flew back from Australia, where he had been coaching, arriving in time to wish Jordan luck before she gave birth.
Dwight, 30, said: "I have seen little Harvey. It was a magical moment."