The showbiz world is still jumping with joy over the news that Cara de la Hoyde is expecting her first baby with Nathan Massey - despite the Love Island couple having recently broken up.
"It's a shame and a sad situation", she explained.
Breaking his social media silence on the news, Nathan tweeted: "Yes it's true.I'm going to be a Dad".
Cara and Nathan were hugely popular on the show past year - and even went on to win it - so it's no surprise they were both inundated with support from fans. "Its an emotional time for me and I'm overwhelmed by all the support from both my family and friends".
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"I know a lot of people will think, well you're going to have a baby together so just stay together - but we're not going to do that just to look like the flawless couple".
She revealed: "They have to check if you're pregnant first, but I said to the doctor: 'I don't think there's any need for that!'"
"Me and Nathan would always speak about kids, we said maybe when we're 30, but sometimes life doesn't go to plan".
Cara and Nathan's baby is due in November.
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However, Cara insists that the pair have no intention of getting back together as an official couple.
Despite this, Cara is over the moon to be having a little one even though it came as a surprise when she found out six weeks ago whilst having abnormal cells removed following a smear test. "I'm pregnant and in a vulnerable state, so I wouldn't want to go on there if they were trying to pit me and Nathan against each other".
"They were such a lovely couple and everyone really hopes the baby will help them rebuild things between them".
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