Love Island winner Dani Dyer has shared a photo of a very romantic gesture from her boyfriend, West Ham footballer Jarrod Bowen.
Dani, 25, took to Instagram for a Q&A with her 3.4million followers and was soon discussing her current relationship as one fan asked “Name three things you like about Jarrod.”
Quick to respond Dani shared a photo of Jarrod, 25, sitting on a bed which he’d decorated with rose petals formed into the shape of three love hearts.
She commented: “Just so lovely, genuine, funny.”
Adding: “Also very very fit.”
The couple went public with their relationship in late 2021.
Following Dani’s first social media pic of them together, her Dad Danny quickly gave his seal of approval.
Reposting the image he wrote: “If Carlsberg made son in laws.”
Dani, who won Love Island in 2018 with Jack Fincham, shared her feelings about Jarrod with The Sun:
“Everything is so early days. Jarrod is a lovely guy and we’re enjoying getting to know each other."
But Dani, who is mum to 11-month-old son Santiago with her ex Sammy Kimmence, added: "I am concentrating on being a mum and, beyond that, whatever happens, happens.”
Dad Danni was always going to love Dani’s relationship with Jarrod, as he’s a huge West Ham fan!
Dani said: "My dad thinks Jarrod’s a lovely guy. He’s invested in all of the West Ham players – because he supports the team and follows some of them, he’s like: ‘They’re all my friends.’ I’m like: ‘Right, OK, Dad.’
“But he’s always been such a big football fan. As soon as Santi was born, the West Ham babygros were coming in from Grandad. That was the first thing everyone bought me, actually, and I was like: ‘I need vests. And could anyone bring some nappies round?’”
Talking to The Sun Dani revealed she’s not keen on the WAG nickname so often associated with partners of footballers: “Is that even a thing anymore?” she said.
The young mum also revealed that she wishes she could go back to the first few weeks of motherhood to reassure herself. “I wish I could go back to those first few weeks and tell myself: 'Dani, it’ll be fine.'
"You just don’t know what you’re doing and you’re learning on the job. No one can teach you to be a parent. I was quite erratic at the beginning and I think that rubbed off on Santi a bit.
“But then I became a bit more chilled. I take him everywhere now. I used to be like: ‘Can I take him here?’ The first time I took him on a train, he s**t everywhere. But now I know to prepare for that.”
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