Jack Fincham has shared a second sweet snap of baby daughter Blossom.
The former Love Island winner, who came first in the competition in 2018 alongside former girlfriend Dani Dyer, posted a heart-warming new Instagram post of his newborn on Sunday (January 26).
In the caption, he wrote: “Blossoms [sic] little hand. She held my thumb for ages, good night from this little beauty.”
The 28-year-old’s post comes after he shocked fans with news that he has become a father for the first time.
In an Instagram post last week, Fincham said that he normally shares most of his life on social media but decided to keep this “blessing” private until now.
“I’m just a normal geeza, who went on a tv show, which throws you straight into the public eye… which I will forever be grateful for,” he said
“However I knew for myself 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.”
Fincham said that having a baby 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”.
He continued: “I want to thank my family and friends for your continued support, also to my little girls mother, who has been totally AMAZING throughout.”
He confirmed that he is not in a relationship with Blossom’s mother, adding: “Although we are not together we are great friends as we have been for many years and our priority is co-parenting our beautiful baby girl. Both mum and baby are doing great.
“I am now a proud dad to a healthy baby girl Blossom Fincham born 8lb 2oz on 24th January 2020.”
Fincham and Dyer, the daughter of EastEnders actor Danny Dyer, won the £50,000 prize when coming first in Love Island in summer 2018.
They remained in a relationship for around eight months after the series ended, calling things off 10 months ago in April last year.
Shortly after their split, Fincham took part in E4 series Celebs Go Dating
Dyer admitted to not knowing anything about the baby until the news was shared on social media, but sent the new parents her best wishes.