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Dani Dyer is amongst the recent Love Island stars to have a baby, but which other former contestants stars have little ones?
Love Island babies make our hearts melt!
Season four winner Dani Dyer was the latest ex-contestant to announce she's had a baby boy, following in the footsteps of previous contestants Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey and Jess Shears and Dom Lever, and a lot more!
Here’s a look at all the Love Island stars who have become parents, or who have a tot on the way…
Theo appeared on Love Island 2017, and went on to date 2018 contestant Kaz Crossley a year after her stint on the show.
The athlete has since kept his love life low-key, so much so that he announced the birth of his baby boy after keeping the pregnancy of his baby mama a secret!
He revealed in an Instagram post that he hasn't been able to have much of a private life since appearing on the ITV2 show, so decided to keep the news about his child out of the public eye.
Announcing the birth of his son, Aries Campbell, he wrote: "I can’t believe the joy I had looking into the eyes of my baby boy."
“Massive well done to his mum as-well, the process of having a baby is crazy I literally didn’t have a clue how strong a woman has to be to go through this! [sic]," he added.
Marcel – who was on Love Island 2017 where he met now-ex Gabby Allen – and girlfriend Rebecca welcomed a baby boy named Roman on 30 January after the new mum spent two days in labour.
Announcing the arrival of their baby, Marcel wrote on Instagram to his other half: "Absolutely adore every single ounce of you! your [sic] my Wonder Woman!"
The Love Island winner documented her pregnancy in the lead-up to her birth and when he arrived she said she and Sammy are in a "complete baby bubble."
Camilla and Jammie announced they welcomed a baby daughter, named Nell, at the end of October.
Writing on Instagram, Jamie said: "Nell Sophia Jewitt, 6.5 lbs, 27/10/2020 4.32am.
"After all of life’s ups and downs I can honestly say this morning brought on a monumental change of perspective. From this day forward I promise to be the very best version of myself for you and your mum and do my best to give you both everything you could possibly ask for."
Cara and Nathan won Love Island in 2016, breaking up for a few months before they discovered Cara was pregnant and reuniting ahead of the birth of their baby boy, Freddie-George, now two.
The couple –?who married in June 2019 – also announced the birth of their baby girl, on July 28!
They named her Delilah Delahoyde-Massey.
Like Camilla and Jamie, Jess Shears and Dom Lever met on the 2017 series of Love Island and hit it off on Jess’ first day in the villa.
The couple have remained together ever since and got married in Mykonos in October 2018, over a year before welcoming their baby boy in December 2019.
Jess and Dom typically keep their baby off of Instagram, sharing a few rare pictures of the gorgeous tot.
Jack Fincham surprised Love Island fans in January when it was revealed he’d welcomed a baby girl in secret with his long-term good friend and ex Casey Ranger.
The 2018 Love Island winner, who won the show with now-ex Dani Dyer, is dad to Blossom, who was born on 24 January 2020.
Revealing the news on Instagram, Jack said he kept his baby news out of the spotlight because, “I needed personal time and to keep this part of my life private to prepare for this new responsibility and part of me that will change my life forever.”
Cally Jane Beech and Luis Morrison starred on the 2015 series of Love Island which saw the pair stay together as a couple after they left the villa.
Two years later in May 2017, the couple welcomed daughter Vienna, but sadly split in 2018.
Emma Jane Woodhams appeared on Love Island in 2016 where she met Terry Walsh who she stayed with until February 2017. Later that year she announced she was pregnant with boyfriend and childhood sweetheart Jordan Bye.
The star gave birth in January 2018 to a baby boy
Emma and her childhood sweetheart Jordan?welcomed their son Alfie into the world after an epic 52 hours in labour.
She told her Instagram followers, "So… finally after a savage 52 hour labour my baby boy graced the world with his presence.?Very healthy 7lb 13oz, natural delivery at 16.12 the best moment of my life.?We are both doing very well".
Jess Hayes won Love Island in 2015 with Max Morely, who she split from just six weeks later.
She gave birth to her baby boy with boyfriend Dan Lawry in June 2019, naming him Presley.
Hannah Elizabeth famously got engaged on Love Island in 2016, to TOWIE star Jon Clarke, however their relationship wasn’t meant to be and they split three months after the final.
The reality star welcomed a baby boy, Reggie, in November 2019, splitting from the father and former fiance George Andreeti – who believes he is a wizard – when she found out she was pregnant.
She told MailOnline: “I left George when I found out I was pregnant, I had to do what is right for me and my baby.
“He isn’t well at the minute and I don’t agree with what he is posting online. I'm going into this as a single mum, on my own with no support.”
Malin Andersson gave birth seven weeks early to her baby girl, Consy, in January 2019, but the Love Island 2016 star was left devastated when her daughter died at just four weeks old due to a rare heart condition.
Four months later she split from Cony’s father Tom Kemp, telling OK! magazine their relationship “wasn’t healthy.”
The star now uses her platform to advocate for mental health.
Tyla Carr and now-ex boyfriend Rossco Edmonds' son Archie was brought into the world on the 13th December 2018.
Tyla starred in series three of Love Island in 2017.