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Bec and Lleyton Hewitt sending baby's name via text

Tuesday, October 26, 2010
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"'The name of the new addition will be sent through Text a Star later in the week."

Following the announcement of the birth of their third child, Lleyton and Bec Hewitt are letting fans in on the name of their new baby girl, but it won't be free.

The pair are asking fans to sign up to a premium SMS service called "Text a Star" to find out the name of their third child at the cost of a $2 text message.

The service was designed to allow fans to get an insight into the career and life of their favourite sports star.

Read more about the birth of Bec and Lleyton's third child!

Lleyton used the service to announce the arrival of his third child saying: "Bec, Mia, Cruz and I welcomed a beautiful baby girl into our family last Tuesday. Mum and baby are great! Dad, big sister and brother elated."

"'The name of the new addition will be sent through Text a Star later in the week."

It is unclear how much the couple will profit from the service.

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