Dani Dyer was upset but wants Jack Fincham to be happy after finding out Love Island star is a father
Love Island star Jack Fincham has revealed the happy news that he has become a father at the age of 28.
Now, sources close to his ex girlfriend, Dani Dyer, have exclusively told OK! online that the 23 year old was upset when she first heard the news but has since moved on.
The insider said: “When Dani found out Jack was going to be a dad she was a bit upset about it because she did the math.
“She realised that he must have got her pregnant pretty soon after she and him had split, so he moved on quickly.
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“Dani also knows who the baby’s mother is and she had her suspicions while she was still with Jack that something was going on between them.
“Jack’s known the girl for a good while so Dani thinks that he might have slept with her when she was still dating him.”
The source goes on to say how after her initial feeling of hurt and upset Dani moved on from the situation.
“The thing is Dani has been working so hard and feels in a good place with her life so she’s not actually bothered now about the news.
“If anything she’s happy that Jack’s happy and wishes him luck in the future.”
Dani and Jack met on Love Island in 2018 and went on to the win show, splitting the £50,000 cash prize.
After leaving the famous villa they split up once before confirming their separation for good in April 2019.
Jack announced the good news by posing with his bundle of joy on Instagram and writing: "I’m normally a very open book and share most of my life on my social media.
"This blessing I chose not to. 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.
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"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.
"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.
"I want to thank my family and friends for your continued support, also to my little girls mother, who has been totally AMAZING throughout.
"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."
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