Love Island’s Cara De La Hoyde expecting second child with husband Nathan Massey

Former Love Islanders Cara and Nathan who met on the 2016 series of Love Island have since gone on to get married and welcome their first child.

Now, the couple are gearing up to welcome their second child together.

Cara and Nathan split just a year later and announced their news a month before Cara revealed she was pregnant with her first son.

They cited the "pressures of coming off a TV show" for their split but later went on to work through their problems.

However, they went on to tie the knot in a lavish ceremony in June 2019 with Love Island co-stars Scott Thomas and Rykard Jenkins attending the day.

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Now, the lovers have announced they're expecting their second child together.

In an adorable photoshoot with Nathan and their two-year-old son, Freddie, Cara looked radiant as she cradled her growing bump — which Nathan was seen kissing.

Cara captioned her snap: "We are so excited to let you know our very nappy news in the latest @new_magazine".

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The snap which has since racked up 40,000 likes in a few hours shows Cara wearing a white blouse which is opened at her stomach revealing her bump.

Nathan also dons a white shirt while cradling Freddie on his shoulders. The adorable two-year-old also planted a kiss on his mum.

Fans instantly flooded the comment section of the adorable snap, with one saying: "Wow! Congratulations!"

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While a second went on to say: "Congratssssss omg Freddie is a big brother!"

Geordie Shore's Holly Hagan commented: "Congratulations gorgeous girl" alongside a heart eye emoji and a red love heart.

Previously speaking to OK! magazine, Cara and Nathan revealed that they would like to have a "big family" with their first two children being born together.

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