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

We’ve taken a look at all the cute babies from former islanders

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Love Island's famous Majorca villa is generally seen as an opportunity for contestants to earn some social media clout and gather more followers on Instagram.

Despite this, many former islanders have seized the chance to settle down after leaving the show and have opted to become parents to some cute babies.

More often than not, many of these islanders met on the iconic ITV2 dating series and have sometimes come as a result of a secret relationship with mystery mums.

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

Cally Jane Beech and Luis Morrison

Cally Jane Beech and Luis Morrison dated during and after Love Island
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Cally-Jane Beech with daughter Vienna
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Vienna Morrison-Beech has earned the title of "The First Love Island Baby" and was born to former islanders Cally Jane Beech and Luis Morrison.

Originally, the pair appeared on the show in 2015 where, in an iconic moment, Luis was shocked to see his ex Cally Jane walk into the villa.

Throughout the show, the pair rekindled their love for each other and coupled up, soon welcoming the baby Vienna in May 2017.

Unfortunately, the couple split up in 2018, only parenting as a couple for one year.

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 became the first Love Island couple to get married
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Initially, Cara De La Hoyde met her future husband and father of her children during her time in the villa.

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

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

Jack Fincham

Following his breakup with his former co-winner in April 2019, Jack shocked fans all over the country with the news that he had become a dad in January 2020.

He posted the joyous news on Instagram that he was now the proud parent of daughter Blossom – at the time, the mother was unknown and was subject to plenty of speculation.

It was only a few months later when the mother was revealed to be NHS worker Cassey Ranger.
However, in October 2020, she accused Jack of "deceiving" fans by "presenting himself as a father".

Hannah Elizabeth

Hannah Elizabeth appeared on Love Island in 2015
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Hannah Elizabeth with son Reggie
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Liverpool's Hannah Elizabeth appeared on Love Island during its first series in 2015.

During her stint on the show, the 31-year-old famously announced her engagement to fellow islander Jon Clarke with the pair splitting up only three months later.

Since leaving the show, the former Playboy model gave birth to son Reggie in November 2019.

She is raising her firstborn on her own after leaving former fiancé George Andreeti due to his irrational and worrying behaviour.

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

“He isn’t well at the minute and I don’t agree with what he is posting online. I'm going into this as a single mum, on my own with no support.”

Theo Campbell

Theo Campbell appeared on Love Island in 2017

Theo Campbell with son Aries
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Theo appeared on the 2017 series of Love Island – after leaving the show he infamously went on to date fellow islander Kaz Crossley who was featured in the 2018 series.

In 2021, Theo announced to his fans that he had become a father while keeping the mother's identity secret.
He believed that his son, Aries Campbell, should be entitled to private life and has since tried to keep him away from the limelight.

Announcing the happy news, he wrote: "I can’t believe the joy I had looking into the eyes of my baby boy."

“Massive well done to his mum as-well, the process of having a baby is crazy I literally didn’t have a clue how strong a woman has to be to go through this! [sic]," he added.

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

Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt

Camilla starred on Love Island in 2017 with Jamie
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Camilla and Jamie with daughter Nell
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Four years following their departure from the third series of Love Island, Jamie Jewitt and Camilla Thurlow, have created a happy family with their adorable daughter Nell, born in October 2020.

When talking about parenting during lockdown, Camilla said: "We're all trying to be the best we can be for our babies. What works for one family might not work for someone else.

"It's so important that we're able to speak to other parents without casting judgement, because these judgements can have a real effect.

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

Jess Shears and Dom Lever

Jess and Dom got 'married' on GMB in 2018
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Dom Lever and Jess Shears with their firstborn
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Jess Shears and Dom Lever met each other on the 2017 series of Love Island with Jess' having her eye on him since the first day of entering the villa.

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

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

Speaking on a podcast in 2020, Jess said: "I think we just enjoyed keeping it to ourselves and it's been quite nice being – like everyone talks about the 'newborn bubble' – and it is you just kind of it's just you and them and you're just getting on with your life."

She added: “We share quite a lot I feel, so I feel like we just didn't need to announce what he was, who he is whatever but yeah, we're not afraid of showing it."

Marcel Somerville

Marcel is another 2017 contestant who has welcomed a baby
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Marcel with baby son Roman
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Love Island star turned Mirror columnist Marcel Somerville welcome his first child in 2021.
He announced the news on Instagram, writing: "Roman Somerville Born 30/01/21 @ 23:37 My Heart!!! Pregnancy is a journey and this past 9 and a bit months 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."

Dani Dyer

Dani Dyer shows with baby Santiago
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Following her breakup with fellow Love Island star Jack Fincham, Dani Dyer rekindled her flame with former lover Sammy Kimmence.

The pair welcomed their son Santiago into the world in January 2021 with Dani revealing the meaning behind her child's name in a podcast alongside her dad, Eastenders star Danny Dyer.

She told fans on Sorted With the Dyers: "I know you're all probably wondering what we've called him. There’s been a lot of assumptions going on, some are actually really funny to be fair, but his name is Santiago.

"I know a lot of you are probably thinking 'What?!' but that is his name but we are going to be calling him Santi."