Too Hot to Handle star Lydia Clyma has announced that she has a son that she didn’t speak about on the show after becoming a mother at the age of 19.
The star of the Netflix show, who got close to rugby star David Birtwistle on the reality programme, shared the news on social media by posting photos of her three-year-old son.
Lydia, 23, is seen holding her son, whose name is Isaiah Clyma, that she shares with former boyfriend Lewis Warren.
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According to MailOnline, Lydia chose not to discuss being a mother on the show, which sees contestants compete for money by not having sex with each other, because she wanted to “date freely”.
A source said: “Lydia wanted to go on the show without having to think or worry about telling the other contestants that she's a mum.
“She had her son at a young age and being on the series gave her the chance to date again freely.
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“Other than growing close to David, there wasn't any real reason for her to open up about Isaiah, so she didn't feel the need to say on or off camera.”
On Instagram, Lydia shared photos of her son alongside the caption: “Do not fear, for I am with you – Isaiah 41:10.”
Her love interest from the show David acknowledged the snap as he commented: “The absolute cutest. So much love.”
David, 28, found a late connection with newbie Lydia but the pair are yet to confirm a romance, and no telltale images have been posted just yet.
However, throwing us some bait, David and Lydia have exchanged a few flirtations over Instagram.
Lydia commented that David “looked cute,” in one selfie, and another picture of Lydia’s derriere saw David commenting: “Yeah, it was definitely your eyes I saw first.”
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