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Love Island babies: All of the islanders that are now parents including those you may have forgotten about


All the Love Island stars that are now parents (Picture: Getty)

Love Island has got quite the track record when it comes to islanders starting families, with Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt the latest stars to welcome a new addition.

Since the series began in 2015, many of its stars have gone on to become parents – whether that’s with partners they have met on the show or from relationships that developed following their time in the villa.

So far, four Love Island couples have had children together, while five of the show’s stars have become parents since we saw them revealing their ‘type on paper’ and being ‘pied’ on TV.

The Love Island baby pool is only getting bigger too, as two more islanders have got little ones on the way.

Camilla and Jamie were the latest islanders to welcome a new arrival, with former bomb disposal specialist Camilla giving birth to the couple’s daughter Nell on October 27.

Nell made an appearance in the early hours and weighed 6.5lbs, with Camilla gushing on Instagram: ‘There may be a thousand new photos on my camera roll, but none of them could ever do justice to the way you have lit up our lives.’

Jamie was as equally smitten as he wrote: ‘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.’

Since then it’s been a series of sleepless nights and baby cuddles, with the pair, who finished as runners-up on the third series of Love Island in 2017, continuing to smile through their very ‘tired eyes’. Oh, but isn’t she worth it?

Nathan Massey and Cara Delahoyde – Series Two

Nathan and Cara were the winners of Love Island’s second series, beating Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen to the title and the £50,000 prize money.

Since starring on the show, the pair’s relationship has been up and down, with Nathan and Cara splitting soon after she found out she was pregnant with their son Freddie, who was born in 2017. The two soon reconciled before Freddie’s arrival and later tied the knot in 2019.

In July, Cara gave birth to the couple’s second child, daughter Delilah.

Jess Shears and Dom Lever – Series Three

Jess and Dom are parents to a baby boy, who they welcomed in December 2019.

The couple first got together on the third series of Love Island in 2017 and despite leaving the villa separately – Jess was booted out first, before Dom soon followed – the pair rekindled their relationship on the outside.

Things only went from strength to strength and Jess and Dom tied the knot in a gorgeous wedding held on the Greek island of Mykonos in 2018. They are always sharing super cute snaps of their son – whose name they are yet to reveal -on social media and he may just be the coolest tot we know, thanks to one seriously cool junior wardrobe.

Essex lad Jack shot to fame on the fourth series of Love Island in 2018, where he went on to win the series with ex-girlfriend Dani Dyer. Things didn’t quite work out for him and Dani on the outside, with Jack putting their break up down to the pair rushing into things, like moving in together, when they left the villa.

At the beginning of 2020, Jack surprised us all when he revealed he had welcomed a daughter, named Blossom, in secret. He shares his little girl with close pal Casey Ranger, but he and Casey aren’t together.

Jack has since said that he was super nervous on finding out he was having a kid and he chose to keep Casey’s pregnancy out of the public eye, so it could be as peaceful as possible for her.

Since Blossom’s arrival, Jack has taken to fatherhood like a duck to water and said after her birth: ‘This is undoubtedly the best thing that has ever happened to me and it’s true what they say, the instant feeling of love and connection you have with your child is a feeling like no other.’

Cally Jane Beech and Luis Morrison – Series One

Rewind back to the first series of Love Island in 2015 and you’ll remember Luis’ ex Cally surprising him and becoming a late addition to the villa that year.

The pair finished in fourth place on the show and stayed together for a few years after that, becoming the first ever Love Island couple to have a baby.

Cally and Luis welcomed daughter Vienna, now three, in May 2017, but later confirmed their on/off relationship had come to an end for good in 2018, as they went their separate ways.

Despite their split, the couple now co-parent and are often seen littering their social media pages with the cutest snaps of their little girl.

Hannah Elizabeth – Series One

Glamour model Hannah finished in second place on Love Island five years ago with her now ex and former Towie star Jon Clark. He had even proposed to her during the final episode of the series, popping the question on national TV after just six weeks together.

Hannah said yes, but things didn’t exactly work out and she went on to find love with her now ex partner George Andreeti instead. Hannah fell pregnant while the pair were dating, but had split from George by the time she gave birth to their son Reggie in November 2019.

Jess Hayes – Series One

Jess won the first series of Love Island with ex-boyfriend Max Morley, but it wasn’t quite the happy ending she had hoped for, as the pair split just a month later.

Jess has finally got the fairytale she always wanted, though, as she is now engaged to partner Dan Lawry and the couple welcomed a son called Presley, now one, in July 2019.

Announcing her pregnancy, Jess told fans on social media: ‘It definitely was a surprise and wow what a blessing this is, I cannot wait to meet this special little human, you are going to be so loved!’

Emma Jane Woodhams – Series Two

Fans will remember that Emma was the bombshell arrival in series two in 2016, as she rocked up to the villa surprising her ex-boyfriend Tom Powell.

She wasn’t exactly interested in a reunion, though, and instead struck up a romance with Terry Walsh, who had been coupled up with Malin Andersson. When Malin was voted out of the villa, Terry decided to stay, after considering walking with his villa love, and quickly moved on with Emma while we all watched on open-mouthed.

Things between Terry and Emma didn’t progress on the outside and Emma is now mum to son Alfi, two, who she shares with her childhood sweetheart.

Emma gave birth to Alfi in January 2018, following a 52 hour labour, and revealed a month after his arrival that she had split from his dad. Fans will see her sharing pics of herself and her little boy to Instagram, with Emma cutely revealing in one previous post: ‘Happiest when I’m smiling with you little prince.’

Tyla Carr – Series Three

Tyla was a late arrival to the villa during series three of Love Island and enjoyed flings with Johnny Mitchell and Theo Campbell, with the two boys coming to blows more than once over her.

Since her time in the villa, she has become mum to son Archie, who she welcomed in January 2019, with ex-boyfriend Rossco Edmonds. The pair, who dated for over a year, split six months after Archie’s arrival.

Tyla has since been open about her experience as a single mum online and has said that she would love to have more children in the future, but ‘Archie is plenty if that doesn’t pan out’.

Dani Dyer – Series Four

Like her ex-boyfriend Jack, Dani is also starting a family of her own as she is expecting her first child with partner Sammy Kimmence. The pair dated before she appeared on Love Island two years ago and rekindled their romance, following her split from Jack last year.

Dani announced her pregnancy news via Instagram in July and told fans she feels ‘so lucky and grateful’ to have a baby on the way. Since then, Dani, who is due to give birth next year, has been sharing plenty of updates, including how she’s found being pregnant in the middle of a pandemic.

Marcel Somerville – Series Three

Blazin’ Squad star Marcel was an islander in 2017 and finished in fourth place with then-girlfriend Gabby Allen. Since the show, both he and Gabby have moved on, with Marcel revealing in July that he and his fiancée Rebecca Vieira are having a baby together.

Marcel revealed that he and Rebecca, who he has been dating for over a year, suffered a miscarriage last year ‘very early on’ into their relationship. He said the loss only made the couple ‘stronger’ and they are now expecting a baby boy.

Malin Andersson – Series Two

While there’s been plenty of joy for our islanders following their time in the villa, there’s also been sadness too. Malin, who starred on Love Island in 2016, gave birth to her daughter Consy, named after her mother, in December 2018.

Heartbreakingly, Consy, who was born seven weeks premature, died a month after her birth. Malin has openly spoken about her grief online, following her daughter’s death, and she’s now dedicated to raising awareness of what it’s like to lose a child, while speaking out in support of those who have gone through a similar experience.

Malin pays tribute to her little girl on Instagram, where she share photos of Consy and reassures others dealing with a similar grief, while remembering her baby girl.

‘A positive post, remembering, never forgetting and always missing. Giving you kisses to heaven,’ Malin wrote alongside one picture she shared of Consy in March.

On what would have been her daughter’s first birthday in December last year, Malin shared an emotional tribute to her daughter, who she credits for bringing her strength and ‘reminding her how important life is’.

‘You have showed me what is really important in this crazy world we are living in. You’ve showed me what TRUE love is, and I believe you have helped me through a lot of suffering I have endured this year by being my guardian angel,’ Malin wrote.

‘For I know that you’re not with me in physical form, but my gosh you are definitely here right beside me. I feel you every day. I envision my mum holding you in her arms. I love you endlessly…. until I meet you again – Mumma.’



Sands UK charity

Sands UK is a stillbirth and neonatal death charity, which works to reduce the number of babies dying and to ensure that those affected by the loss of a baby receives the best possible care for as long as they need it.

The charity aims to better understand the causes of baby deaths and works with governments and other organisations to raise awareness of issues surrounding baby loss.

Sands provides bereavement support at a local and national level.

Please visit the Sands UK website for more information and contact details.


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