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Dani Dyer comforts son Santiago after second round of injections as she ‘stands by’ boyfriend Sammy Kimmence over fraud case

Dani Dyer is supporting her boyfriend Sammy Kimmence as he faces prison (Picture: Instagram)

Dani Dyer has shared a new photo of her son Santiago as her boyfriend Sammy Kimmence faces prison for pleading guilty to defrauding pensioners.

Sammy, 25, pleaded guilty to five charges of fraud at Portsmouth Crown Court on Monday and has been granted conditional bail, however he was told by the judge that he could be sent to prison when he is sentenced on June 11.

In a photo she shared on her Instagram Stories Dani, who she welcomed with Sammy in January, sits comfortably in his car seat looking adorable in a striped baby grow with a yellow blanket tucked round him.

The new mum had taken Santiago for his second round of injections and said she found it hard seeing her baby ‘in pain’.

He had also struggled with the first lot of jabs as Dani had to deal with his ‘constant crying’ with the discomfort afterwards.

She said: ‘Oh my beautiful boy had his second lot of jabs today…The constant crying hasn’t started yet I’m hoping this round he will be okay, had to hold back the tears when she injected him.

Dani shared a new picture of her son (Picture: Instagram)

‘Just love him so much hate him being in pain.’

The Love Island star is said to be ‘standing by’ Sammy and the couple are very much ‘still together’.

A source told The Sun: ‘She’s vowed to stand by him, he’s the father of her baby.’

They have been dating for nearly two years after romance in May 2019. The pair were in a relationship before she entered the Love Island villa in 2018 but reconciled after she and ex-boyfriend Jack Fincham split.


Credit: Original article published here.

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