It is the first child for Dani and her stockbroker boyfriend Sammy Kimmence, both 24.
A face in profile is clearly visible in the scan, which Dani captioned: ‘My little stubborn bubs didn’t want to move for a photo today.
‘Love you so much and can’t wait to meet you for loads of cuddles.’ The caption is followed by a baby emoji sandwiched between pink and blue hearts—the couple hasn’t revealed the baby’s gender.
Fellow Love Island alum Samira Mighty wrote ‘Can’t wait xxx’, while a legion of fans guessed the baby’s gender in the comments.
The series four winner, who is the daughter of EastEnders star Danny Dyer, announced her pregnancy in July.
It hasn’t been an easy road for the reality star, who ‘really struggled’ with Sammy not being able to join her for the scans due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Dani eventually switched to private scans so Sammy could join her.
The mum-to-be will join an ever-expanding list of Love Islanders who started families after leaving the villa.
So far, four Love Island couples have had children together, including Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewett, who welcomed daughter Nell in October.
Their series three co-stars Jess Shears and Dom Lever welcomed a boy last year.
Nathan Massey and Cara Delahoyde from the show’s second series doubled their daughter count when baby Delilah was born in July.
Dani has been candid about both the ups and downs of her pregnancy journey, including her experience with severe anxiety.
She said: ‘It feels like every day there’s something new. I always make a problem out of nothing. There’s the gradual things like at the beginning I had really bad headaches and migraines and couldn’t get out of bed and I thought something was wrong.
‘There’s always something else. I’m just dealing with it now.’
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