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Dani Dyer Announces She’s Pregnant With Twins With Boyfriend Jarrod Bowen: ‘The Biggest Surprise of Our Lives’



The couple couldn’t be happier (Picture: David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images)

Dani Dyer has revealed she’s pregnant with twins in a surprise annoucement, expressing how excited she and her boyfriend Jarrod Bowen are.

In a post shared on Instagram, the 26-year-old wrote: ‘We have been keeping a little secret… Our little TWINS ♡ ♡

‘So excited to meet our babies and watch santi be the best big brother..

‘The biggest surprise of our lives but feeling SO blessed.. our family is getting a lot bigger and we can’t wait✨.’

Dani, who’s the daughter of EastEnders actor Danny Dyer, shared her huge news by posting a picture of her son Santiago next to a framed picture of her ultrasound scans.

‘I’m going to be a big brother to twins,’ the image’s caption read, as the toddler, who’s due to celebrate his second birthday on January 23, gazed at the camera.

Dani became more prominent in the public eye after winning Love Island in 2018 (Picture: Rex/Shutterstock)

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