Love Island is primarily seen as an opportunity to boost a career as a social media influential person, although something like Molly May admits so, some stars actually do at the ITV2 show. Find a companion in their soul.
Among them are Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey, the first married couples after a love story unfolded in front of millions of viewers.
But they weren’t the first couple to welcome the kids together …
While others settle out of the spotlight and decide to raise their children with the lovers they meet outside the villa.
Take a look at all the Love Island babies born as a direct result of the dating show.
Carrie Jane Beech and Luis Morrison
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Vienna Morrison-Buna earned the title of “First Love Island Baby” and was born to former islanders Carrie Jane Buna and Lewis Morrison.
Originally, the pair appeared on the show in 2015, and at a symbolic moment, Lewis was shocked to see ex-Carry Jane step into the villa.
Throughout the show, the pair rekindled their love for each other, united and immediately welcomed their baby Vienna in May 2017.
Unfortunately, the couple split in 2018 and raised their children as a couple for only one year.
Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey
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Initially, Cara De La Hoyde met her future husband and father of children while in the villa.
She won the second series of Love Island alongside Nathan Massey in 2016 and has since given birth to two cute children.
They decided to tie a knot in June 2019 after the first-born Freddie George was welcomed to the world in 2017-their second child, Delilah, was born in 2020.
After breaking up with a former co-winner in April 2019, Jack shocked fans across the country with the news that he became a father in January 2020.
He posted on Instagram the fun news that he became a proud parent of his daughter Blossom. At that time, her mother was unknown and exposed to much speculation.
It was only a few months later that the mother was revealed to be an NHS worker, Casey Ranger.
But in October 2020, she accused Jack of “fooling” fans by “presenting herself as a father.”
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Liverpool’s Hannah Elizabeth starred in Love Island in her first series in 2015.
During her stint at the show, the 31-year-old famously announced her engagement with fellow islander John Clark. The pair split after only 3 months.
After leaving the show, the former Playboy model gave birth to his son Reggie in November 2019.
After leaving former fiance George Andreti, she raises her firstborn because of his irrational and worrisome behavior.
She told MailOnline:
“He’s not feeling well so far and I don’t agree with what he’s posting online. I enter this as a single mother myself, without support.”
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Theo appeared in the 2017 series of Love Island-after leaving the show, he dated the infamous fellow islander Kaz Crosley, who was featured in the 2018 series.
In 2021, Theo announced to his fans that he became a father while keeping his mother’s identity secret.
He has tried to keep him out of the limelight since he believed that his son Aries Campbell should have the right to a private life.
He released the good news and wrote, “I can’t believe the joy of seeing the boy’s eyes.”
“I did a lot well with his mom. The process of giving birth to a baby is crazy. I literally had no idea how strong a woman needs to experience this! [sic]”He added.
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Camilla Sarrow and Jamie Jewit
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Four years after the departure from the third series of Love Island, Jamie Jewit and Camilla Salo have created a happy family with their adorable daughter Nell, who was born in October 2020.
When talking about parenting during the blockade, Camilla said:
“It’s very important to be able to talk to other parents without making decisions, because these decisions can actually affect you.
“We want people to have a place where they can share their experiences, but they can get advice that can help and empower their parents.”
Jess Sears and Dom Lever
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Jess Sears and Dom Lever met Jess in the 2017 series of Love Island, looking at Jess from the first day of entering the villa.
They tied a knot in 2018 with a gorgeous Mikonos ceremony-they proudly became parents the following year.
Despite their public image, couples rarely post pictures of their children and refuse to publish the name of their firstborn.
In the 2020 podcast, Jess said: You are just doing your life. “
She added: “We share so much what I feel that I feel like I didn’t have to announce what he was.
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A love island star turned to mirror columnist Marcel Summerville and welcomed his first child in 2021.
He published the news on Instagram and wrote:
“He’s literally the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen … he’s so handsome. I can’t wait to see him.”
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After breaking up with Love Island star Jack Fincham, Dani Dyer rekindled her ex-girlfriend Sammy Kimens and her flames.
The pair welcomed their son Santiago to the world in January 2021, and Dani revealed the meaning behind the child’s name in a podcast with his father, EastEnders star Danny Dyer.
She tells fans in Sorted With the Dyers:
“I know that many of you are probably thinking’what ?!’that’s his name, but we’ll call him Santi.”