Love Island star Dani Dyer has shared a new photo alongside her baby boy as they head off on a family holiday.
The former love island contestant posed on instagram wearing an all white high-waisted bikini with baby Santiago who looked just as stylish in his mother’s arms.
The pair, who can be seen embracing the sunny skies in an outdoor dining area, also took the trip with Eastenders star, Danny Dyer.
The mum-of-one accompanied the sweet snap with a blue heart emoji and the caption: “Baby boys first holiday”
Loved ones and fans of the reality star took to the comments gushing over the adorable mother and son duo.
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One comment read: “Arh look at use 2 hope u have the best time xx,”
Whilst another posted: “Two beauts”
The family getaway comes after a turbulent time for the 24-year-old who split up with boyfriend Sammy Kimmence just weeks after he was jailed for scamming two pensioners out of £34,000.
Sources told New! Magazine that Dani had experienced one of the “worst weeks of her life.”
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One insider added: “The reality of what’s happened is starting to hit home now.
“It was all a bit of a blur for her but it’s started to really kick in now that she’s facing life as a single mum.”
It was reported Dani originally thought that the 25-year-old would walk free from his charges and join her on holiday at the time of his court appearance.
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An insider told the Mail Online: “Dani was convinced he would be let off.
"She had booked the holiday for herself, Sammy and their son Santi, but now she's having to go without him.”
The reality star was also seen telling fans on Instagram that she was “holiday packing,”
She added: “Santi's stuff takes up most of the room already, I over pack as it is but with a baby OMG!"
Sammy was however sentenced at Portsmouth Crown Court to three years in prison.
Prosecutor Mike Mason said: “This was a very unpleasant fraud against two men who Mr Kimmence deliberately targeted.
“He targeted them because they were old, they were vulnerable and somewhat isolated.
“This wasn't something he migrated into from a friendship. This was something he planned.”
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