Love Island’s Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt announce they are expecting their second child


Love Island’s Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt announce they are expecting their second child with a heartwarming video


Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt have announced they are expecting their second child together.

The couple, who met on Love Island back in 2017, already share a daughter, Nell, fourteen months.

Camilla, 32, and Jamie, 31, revealed their joyous news on Instagram on Sunday, writing: ‘We had an early gift this year and we couldn’t be more grateful… 3 soon to be 4, June 2022,’ followed by a slew of festive emojis. 

Congratulations! Love Island’s Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt announced they are expecting their second child in a heartwarming video on Sunday

They shared a heartwarming video, set to The Drifters’ White Christmas, with their followers, which began with Jamie and little Nell creating gingerbread baubles.

Camilla was then filmed writing their names in gold pen on four separate gingerbread men, accompanied by their year of birth.

As the montage progressed, the couple, who tied the knot in September, hung the creations on their gorgeous Christmas tree. 

Their unborn child was marked with a question mark, followed by ‘June 2022.’ 

Growing family: The couple, who met on Love Island back in 2017, already share a little daughter, Nell, fourteen months

Growing family: The couple, who met on Love Island back in 2017, already share a little daughter, Nell, fourteen months

The video was bound to melt hearts with the sweet ending, which saw the family-of-three smiling into the camera as Camilla cradled her blossoming bump.

The post was met with warm messages of congratulations, the likes of Dan Osborne and Jake Quickenden among those who left sweet messages.

A delighted fan also wrote: ‘Congratulations to all 3 of you. Great news. You were my favourites in Love Isand. So happy for you [sic].’

Happy news: The post was met with warm messages of congratulations

Happy news: The post was met with warm messages of congratulations

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