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All the adorable babies from Love Island – from Dani Dyer to Camilla Thurlow

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While Love Island is largely seen as an opportunity to boost careers as a social media influencer – which Molly-Mae admits as such – some stars are actually finding their soulmates on the ITV2 show.

Among them are Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey, the first couple to get married after their love story unfolded in front of millions of viewers.

But they weren’t the first couple to welcome children together…

While others choose to step out of the limelight and settle down to raise their children with lovers they meet outside of the mansion.

Let’s take a look at all of the Love Island babies born as a direct result of the dating show.

Cally Jane Beech and Luis Morrison







Cally Jane Beech and Luis Morrison were a couple during and after Love Island
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Deserving the title of “The First Love Island Baby,” Vienna Morrison-Beech was born to former Islanders Cally Jane Beech and Luis Morrison.

The couple originally appeared on the show in 2015, where Luis was shocked in an iconic moment when he saw his ex Cally Jane enter the mansion.

Throughout the show, the pair rekindled their love for one another and bonded, soon to welcome baby Wien in May 2017.

Unfortunately, the couple separated in 2018 and were only parents for a year as a couple.

Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey







Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey with children Freddie-George and Delilah
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Cara and Nathan were the first Love Island couple to get married
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First, during her time at the villa, Cara De La Hoyde met her future husband and the father of her children.

She won series two of Love Island alongside Nathan Massey in 2016 and has since given birth to two cute children.

They decided to tie the knot in June 2019 after welcoming their firstborn Freddie-George into the world in 2017 – their second child, Delilah, was born in 2020.

Jack Fincham

Following his split from his former co-winner in April 2019, Jack shocked fans across the country with the news that he had become a father in January 2020.

On Instagram he posted the happy news that he was now the proud parent of daughter Blossom – at the time the mother was unknown and the subject of much speculation.

Just months later, the mother was revealed to be NHS worker Cassey Ranger.
However, in October 2020, she accused Jack of “deceiving” fans by “pretending to be a father.”

Hannah Elizabeth







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Liverpool’s Hannah Elizabeth performed on Love Island in 2015 during her first series.

While on the show, the 31-year-old famously announced her engagement to fellow islander Jon Clarke, with the couple splitting just three months later.

After the former Playboy model left the show, she gave birth to son Reggie in November 2019.

She is raising her firstborn alone after leaving her former fiancé George Andreeti over his irrational and worrying behavior.

She told MailOnline: “I left George when I found out I was pregnant, I had to do what was right for me and my baby.

“He is not well at the moment and I disagree with what he is posting online. I’m tackling this as a single mom, on my own with no support.”

Theo Campbell






Theo Campbell performed on Love Island in 2017






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Theo appeared on the series ‘Love Island’ in 2017 – after leaving the show he infamously dated fellow islander Kaz Crossley, who starred in the 2018 series.

In 2021, Theo announced to his fans that he had become a father while keeping the mother’s identity a secret.
He believed his son Aries Campbell should have a right to privacy and has since tried to keep him out of the limelight.

Announcing the happy news, he wrote, “I can’t believe the joy I felt when I looked into my little boy’s eyes.”

“Huge credit to his mother too, the process of having a baby is insane. I literally had no idea how strong a woman needs to be to get through this! [sic],” he added.

Let us know what you think of the islander babies in the comments below!

Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt







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Four years after their departure from Love Island series three, Jamie Jewitt and Camilla Thurlow have started a happy family with their adorable daughter Nell, who was born in October 2020.

Speaking about parenting during lockdown, Camilla said: “We all try to be the best for our babies. What works for one family may not work for someone else.

“It’s so important that we can talk to other parents without making judgments because those judgments can have real impact.

“We want people to have a place where they can definitely share their experiences, but they can get advice that parents can help and empower them.”

Jess Shears and Dom Lever







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Dom Lever and Jess Shears with their firstborn
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Jess Shears and Dom Lever met on the 2017 series of Love Island, with Jess having his eye on him since the first day they entered the villa.

They tied the knot in 2018 which was accompanied by a beautiful Mykonos ceremony – the following year they became proud parents.

Despite their public image, the couple rarely post pictures of their child and refuse to make the firstborn’s name public.

Speaking on a 2020 podcast, Jess said, “I think we just enjoyed keeping it to ourselves and it was pretty nice to be — how everyone talks about the ‘newborn bubble’ — and it’s just you, it’s.” just you and them and you just get on with your life.”

She added, “I feel like we share quite a bit, so I feel like we just didn’t need to announce what he was, who he is, whatever, but yeah, we’re not afraid to do it.” to show.”

Marcel Somerville







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Love Island star-turned-Mirror columnist Marcel Somerville is welcoming his first child in 2021.
He announced the news on Instagram, writing: “Roman Somerville Born 01/30/21 at 11:37pm my heart!!! Pregnancy is a journey and the last 9 months and a little have been totally worth it!

“He’s literally the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen… Soooo handsome. I can’t wait for you all to meet him.”

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Following her split from Love Island star Jack Fincham, Dani Dyer has rekindled her flame with former lover Sammy Kimmence.

The couple welcomed their son Santiago into the world in January 2021, with Dani revealing the meaning of their child’s name on a podcast alongside her father, Eastenders star Danny Dyer.

She told fans at Sorted With the Dyers: “I know you’re probably all wondering what we called him. There’s been a lot of guesswork, some really funny to be fair, but his name is Santiago.

“I know a lot of you are probably thinking, ‘What?!’ but that’s his name, but we’re going to call him Santi.”

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