CARA De La Hoyde won the hearts of the nation during Love Island 2016 and she was crowned the winner with her partner Nathan Massey.
They have now had their first child together, a baby boy – and have now confirmed their engagement two years after winning the show. Here’s the lowdown…
When was Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey’s baby born?
Meanwhile father-to-be Nathan wrote on Instagram: “Any man can be a father, but it takes a special person to be a dad.”
Cara said she was considering a water birth because she was feeling “quite mother-earth.”
She added: “I wouldn’t mind filming the birth for a TV show if it was for the right reasons. I’m going full Kourtney Kardashian and pulling the baby out and eating the placenta.”
The baby was born on December 13 2017 at 6:30am. Nathan announced the news by sharing a snap of him smiling with Cara in a hospital bed behind him.
He wrote: “The day has finally come !!!! Myself and @cara_delahoyde have become parents to our beautiful baby boy !!!
“Massive hats off to Cara Who delivered our boy safely !!!!! #thenextchapter P.S I hope you don’t kill me for the pic Cara ”.
Cara also shared a sweet picture of the baby holding her finger and wrote: “So today we met the hand we will hold forever so in love my heart could burst ”.
What is the name of Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey’s baby?
Earlier this year Cara took to Instagram to share a snap of embroidered baby cushions with an array of names on them including David, Dolly and Tommy.
She captioned the shot: “So excited to received my bubbas bits from @kellysprettylittlethings most amazing bedding.”
However, the name they went for is Freddie-George De La Hoyde Massey.
Cara has revealed that Freddie-George was born 12 days after his due date after she was induced and warned she could spend four days in the hospital.
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When did the Love Island winners get engaged?
On July 23, 2018, it was revealed Cara and Nathan got engaged at the Love Island they met in two years ago.
Speaking to OK! Magazine, Nathan said: ‘I brought [Cara] back to where we met and took her on a little treasure hunt around the villa to different places which meant something to us.
“Finally, I blindfolded her, led her to the pool and got down on one knee.’
Cara said: “This is where we met – we’ve come full circle.”