Love Island’s Jess Shears and Dom Lever are expecting their first child together.
The reality TV stars, who appeared on the ITV2 show back in 2017, took to their respective social media accounts to share the exciting news that they are expecting their first child.
Taking to Instagram, the loved-up pair shared a sweet image showing a baby scan alongside a snap of Jess’s growing bump and Dom’s ‘food baby’ bump.
‘The best is yet to come’ captioned expectant mum Jess, while dad-to-be Dom wrote ‘Living the dream ❤’.
Fans and friends rushed to congratulate the pair, with a host of well-known faces commenting on the expectant parents’ photos.
Fellow series three Love Island contestants Camilla Thurlow, Sam Gowland and Danielle Sellers commented writing: ‘Congratulations to you both, such lovely news!’ ‘Wow!!!!! Congratulations buzzing for u both ❤’ and ‘Finally! Congratulations both of you ♥’.
While stars from this year’s cohort including Adam Collard, Ellie Brown, Charlie Brake and Alexandra Cane left well-wishes, commenting: ‘Congrats! You two x’, ‘Congratsssss ❤’, ‘Congrats guys’ and ‘Congratulationssss!!!’.
Jess and Dom have been in a relationship since they got together on the matchmaking TV show back in 2017, getting engaged only three months after leaving the island.
The pair then tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in Mykonos, Greece back in October.
‘People said we wouldn’t last but now we’re husband and wife,’ Dom said to OK! Magazine at the time.
‘We’re proof that when you meet the right person, there’s no need to hang around.
‘I always thought it was a cliche when people said “When you meet the one, you know”, but it’s true,’ added Jess. ‘I knew we’d be together forever from very early on.
‘I’m so excited to be Mrs Lever and to spend the rest of my life waking up next to Dom.’
Speaking of their intimate Grecian ceremony and explaining why they didn’t invite any fellow Love Island contestants, Dom said: ‘We really wanted an intimate wedding and we knew we couldn’t have had that in the UK.
‘Going abroad meant we didn’t have any pressure to invite every Tom, Dick and Harry. As we were limited on numbers, we only invited people we see all the time.
‘Choosing who to invite made us realise who was really important to us.’
Congratulations to the parents-to-be on their exciting announcement!