Stephanie Davis shares sweet snap of Caben-Albi in a festive jumper as she prepares to celebrate his first Christmas

STEPHANIE Davis has shared a sweet snap of son Caben-Albi in a festive jumper as she prepares to celebrate his first Christmas.

Caben-Albi was born on January 13 and so the former Hollyoaks star is counting down the days until Santa arrives with lots of her presents for her little man.

Steph, 24, shared a sweet snap of her posing in front of the tree with Caben and wrote: "It's begining to look a lot like Christmas♥️🎄♥️ My 🌎".

Taking to Instagram, Steph shared a picture of Caben with a plate filled with treats for Santa and Rudloph.

She wrote: "Absolutely LOVE this that I got for Cabens FIRST CHRISTMAS!!!!! 😍

"Thankyou so much @mummycreations it's absolutely perfect! Will make his first Christmas so memorable ❤.

"His plate ready to leave Santa his milk and cookies and carrots for the reindeers❤ He's definitely been more than a good boy this year!!!!

"So excited to see his face with what santa has spoilt him with hehe ( even though he will probs just play with the wrapping paper and labels and still chase Romie the dog 😂😂) so excited #countdown ☃️🎅🏽🎁👩‍👦".

It's been a tumultuous year for Stephanie as following Caben's birth she reunited with her on-off boyfriend Jeremy McConnell.

However, their relationship swiftly went downhill and resulted in a number of violent rows.


Last month, Steph thanked her fans for their support after Jeremy was sentenced to 18 weeks in prison.

Her ex-boyfriend will spend Christmas in jail after he skipped his community service to get a hair and beard transplant in Turkey.


As he adjusts to his life behind bars – which his family and friends believe will do him good – Steph thanked her fans for supporting her.

Taking to Twitter, she wrote: "Thank you for your love, faith and support. It means alot ❤️" (sic).

The court handed McConnell a suspended sentence in August after hearing he had thrown the mother of his child, Stephanie, "around like a rag doll" as she held their baby son.

He had been sentenced to 20 weeks in prison, suspended for 12 months, and told to attend a Building Better Relationships course, as well as carrying out 200 hours community service.

But he breached his community order by jetting off to Turkey for his beard and hair transplant.

At court, the probation service recommended he be ordered to complete extra hours of unpaid work after missing eight work appointments.

But the judge dismissed the recommendations and sent McConnell to jail.

District Judge Wendy Lloyd said: "After trial I convicted you of a vicious alcohol-fuelled attack on your partner and the mother of your child.

"She received a number of injuries and you also damaged her property.

"You showed no regard for your little baby, who was caught up in the violence."” target=”_blank” title=”Click to share on Twitter

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