Dani Dyer welcomes her baby boy into the world

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We were so pleased to hear that the lovely Dani Dyer gave birth to a healthy baby boy this week.

The Love Island star shared the exciting announcement on her Instagram page, saying: 'After a very long day and night finally our special little boy arrived 23/01/2021💙 Weighing 7 pound.. We are in a complete baby bubble and enjoying every moment, can not believe he is ours, completely inlove and so grateful to be his mummy.. Sending all my love to all the other mommas to be out there in lockdown.. the best experience ever will never forget this day✨'

Dani has revealed she named her son Santiago!

She's been sharing plenty of pregnancy and nursery updates over on her Instagram which we've been loving and we can't wait to see more of baby Santiago!

We've loved following Dani's pregnancy journey since she made the announcement with her partner, Sammy Kimmence, back in July 2020. We have particularly been lovingDani's maternity range for In The Style, with designs catering for petite mums-to-be. As well as stylish dresses and tops, she also features a range of comfy maternity jeansin the collection, ideal for mamas 5 ft 4 in and under.

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