Love Island’s Tyla Carr has split from her boyfriend Rossco Edmonds.
The TV star and her boyfriend have split after a year and a half of dating, only six months after welcoming a baby boy together.
Taking to Instagram, the 26-year-old shared a photo of her glammed up at a charity event, revealing in her caption that she was now a single mum after splitting from Rossco, better known as Ross.
‘All my fellow Mums, and even you Dads… when you have a young child, it’s not often you get a night away, get to dress up and leave the sick stained tops at home for the evening,’ wrote the mum-of-one. ‘It’s not often you get to go out and have a real conversation and leave the baby voice you seem to have forever accumulated at home.’
Announcing the break-up, she then wrote: ‘I am recently single, I’ve been super quiet because I’m really not sure what to say, it’s an awful situation, but I will explain a few things in good time.
This night out was really needed so thank you to all my lovely girls (swipe left) (we are missing one very good pregnant friend @hl_london)
‘This night helped me get away from all the stress and just be me for the night,’ continued the Love Island alum.
‘However the hangover with @archie.edmonds was really pretty bad, thank God I›m staying at my mums for a while,’ she added. ‘Anyone else avoiding nights out because they know they’ve got to endure their babies energy levels from like 6am the next morning?’.
Adding the hashtags ‘thankgodformums’,‘#thankgodforfriends’ and ‘#singlemumlife’, she also branded being a single mum ‘#scariestthingever!’.
Tyla and Rossco welcomed baby boy Archie together back in December, after announcing that they were expecting a child together last July.
At the time of Archie’s birth, the new dad told OK! Magazine: ‘I’d like to get engaged. We’ve only been together a year. We’re going to concentrate on Archie for the time being, but it’s the next step.’
‘I’d like to be engaged by the time Archie starts school,’ added Tyla. ‘I’m not that fussed about actually getting married though.’