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Love Island’s Jamie Jewitt cradles Camilla Thurlow’s baby bump in adorable snap

The couple are expecting their first child

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Jamie Jewitt has shared a sweet snap of him cradling his girlfriend Camilla Thurlow’s baby bump.

Taking to Instagram, the Love Island star shared an adorable image of the pair posing in their garden.

“She’s getting there 👀😍 @camillathurlow #24weeks🤰🏼 🎉👼🏻,” he captioned the post.

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She’s getting there 👀😍 @camillathurlow #24weeks🤰🏼 🎉👼🏻

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Friends and fans were quick to take to the comment section to praise the happy couple.

“I absolutely loved you both on the show and I was so happy when I found out you both were still together and expecting 🍼 ❤️… congratulations 🎉,” one follower wrote.

“Such a beautiful photo with a beautiful couple 🔥,” another added.

Camilla and Jamie announced they were expecting their first child back in May.

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So @jamiejewitt_ and I have managed to make something pretty special 🤔 and we're not talking about the video… 🥳💃🥰🤗 #17weeks #October2020

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Their love story began on the ITV2 dating series Love Island back in 2017.

On the latest episode of Goss Chats, Ali Ryan sits down with Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn, who reveals the real drama between the women on the show, and how she battled coronavirus on her wedding day.

#GossChats is sponsored by top Irish aesthetic clinic Haus of JeJuve, which is now back open for bookings.

 

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On this week’s episode of #GossChats @itsalirose is sitting down with #SellingSunset star @thechristinequinn who opens up about all the drama that goes on behind the scenes of the hit Netflix show, and reveals for the first time that she was battling coronavrius on her wedding day. #GossChats is sponsored by @haus_of_jejuve

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