A father has described how his baby son was born on the front seat of a car as they travelled at 80mph on a motorway.
The couple named their son after the creator of Ferrari cars
Rupert Hull-Hart, 45, was travelling on the M53 in Merseyside to the hospital with his wife Jessica, 38, when baby Charles Enzo was born.
Mr Hull-Hart, who lives in Bromborough, Wirral, said: "I was in the car and Jess started screaming that the baby was coming.
"I looked down and saw the baby's head, I couldn't believe it."
The television producer, who had recently moved from Blindley Heath, Surrey, was only a few miles away from the hospital when the drama took place.
He said: "I was in the garden when Jess came and told me she had gone into labour.
"I thought it would be a while so went and had a quick shower but Jess came and got me and told me we ought to be making a move.
"I asked Jess if I should stop but she told me to keep going so I put my foot down and Charles was born while I was doing about 80mph."
The couple decided to give Charles the middle name Enzo after car designer Enzo Ferrari.
Mr Hull-Hart said: "It seemed appropriate somehow."
Charles Enzo was born on 5 June and is now back at home with his 11-month-old brother Matthew.
Mr Hull-Hart said: "Jess and I got engaged only six weeks after we met so you could say that being in a rush runs in the family."