My Celebrity Life

Below Deck Sailing Yacht’s Alli Dore gives birth as she reveals son River was born prematurely: ‘Our strong little man’

Below Deck Sailing Yacht’s Alli Dore has given birth (Picture: Alli Dore Instagram/ Bravo)

Below Deck Sailing Yacht stewardess Allie Dore has given birth to her first child.

Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, the Bravo star revealed her baby boy, River, arrived into the world prematurely on August 26.

Sharing several pictures of her child and herself in hospital shortly after his birth, she assured fans her son was ‘doing better everyday’.

The Australian yachtie wrote: ‘On 26th August at 5:17am we welcomed our little baby boy River George Thompson into the world.

‘He’s come a little prematurely but is doing better everyday. We are so proud of our strong little man.’

Allie continued: ‘The last couple of weeks we faced challenges I never thought we’d have to it’s been really emotional but also the most special time in our lives because we have River at the end of it all.

‘I’m so grateful to have @bennithompson by my side because I couldn’t have done this without him. Proud of our little family and counting the days until River gets to come home ?’.

Fellow Below Deck star Hannah Ferrier showed love in the comments as she wrote: ‘He is so gorgeous honey!!!!!! Sending you love and always here if you need anything ???.’

‘The cutest little boy ❤️❤️❤️ Can’t wait to meet baby River. Lilly and I love your little family ❤️❤️❤️❤️,’ Dani Soares added.

Allie’s boyfriend, Benny Thompson, also shared images of their son as he wrote: ‘Don’t listen to them! Bubs don’t take 9 months.. Our littlest man, River George Thompson, arrived Thursday morning.

‘It’s been an absolute journey and I couldn’t be prouder of him or his incredibly strong mama @allidoreporfavor.’

He continued: ‘Born a few weeks early he has surprised everyone with how far he’s already come. We are over the moon and think the absolute world of you, our little legend ❤️.’

Below Deck Sailing Yacht airs on Bravo in the US, while it is available to stream on hayu in the UK.

Credit: Original article published here.

Related posts

Trigger Point review: Vicky McClure’s unmissable bomb disposal drama is a masterclass in tension

John Turner

The Responder: Martin Freeman ‘spoke to himself in scouse’ for a year and a half to perfect Liverpudlian accent

John Turner

Ozark season 4 part 1: Showrunner explains why brutal double deaths in finale had to happen

John Turner
%d bloggers like this: