Love Island's Chloe Crowhurst gives birth to first baby and reveals adorable first pic of daughter

Love Island's Chloe Crowhurst gives birth to first baby and reveals adorable first pic of daughter

April 11, 2022

LOVE Island star Chloe Crowhurst has given birth to a daughter and has revealed she is "totally in love".

The 27-year-old gave birth to her first baby two weeks after her due date and shared a snap of her little one on Instagram.

Chloe confirmed the news to OK! and said that she "is looking forward to her new chapter as a family of 3".

The TV star also posted a photo of her newborn and said: "8th April 2022; my favourite day of all. 14 days late, weighing 7lb 11.

"We are so in love with you, our baby girl."

Chloe said she had learned from her mistakes and now keeps her relationship with photographer boyfriend David Houghton off social media.

She told Fubar Radio: “I’ve had relationships on social media in the past and let’s put it this way, it’s not good. What benefit do you get from it? You don’t.

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"A previous relationship I had before, I put that on social media. The same day I put it on social media, the messages were flooding through to my boyfriend at the time and there was all these follower requests and stuff and I just think some people don’t have any respect.

"And people make up stories like 'Chloe’s done this, or she’s done that', and to be honest with you, I’m too old for that drama. I’m so chill, I’m happy, and that’s all that matters."

The new mum previously revealed she suffered three secret miscarriages before falling pregnant with her baby daughter.

Chloe said her heartbreaking ordeal led her to keeping her pregnancy a secret from fans.

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Given her past experiences, Chloe needed extra hospital check-ups and said she couldn't have handled the “stress” of constantly updating her fans.

"With my pregnancy, I didn’t announce it for quite a long time – just because I’ve had very bad experiences in the past with pregnancies and stuff like that,” she explained.

"I’ve had three miscarriages before, so I was under quite specialist care at first. It wasn’t something I wanted to advertise and cause stress upon."

The star, who rose to fame on Love Island in 2017, added: "I don’t know why because I’m not really a chilled person, but since being pregnant I’m very chill."

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