The first Scottish baby of the new decade has been born to East Lothian parents.

The little boy - whose name has still to be revealed - entered the world at 12.03am today at the Simpson Centre for Reproductive Health at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh.

Weighing in at 8lbs 5oz, he is the first child for mother Emma Allan, 29, and father Cameron Cunningham, 25, both of Castle Avenue, Post Seton.

The parents said they were "delighted" with the new arrival. Emma had been due on December 21 and had been in labour for two days before the couple's son was born in the first minutes of 2020.

Grandparents Kevin and Denise Cunningham, of Port Seton, and Audrey and Dennis, were thrilled at the new addition.