Jack Fincham bottlefeeds baby Blossom in adorable snap as he shares fatherhood with fans


JACK Fincham is getting used to his duties as a father, being seen bottlefeeding his baby Blossom for the first time.

The former Love Island winner took to Instagram to share the cute snap with his fans.

Jack Fincham bottlefeeds Blossom for the first time

The reality star shocked the world last month when he announced he had become a father.

The 28-year-old looked to be enjoying the duties that being a father brings, as he managed to bottlefeed his daughter for the first time.

Seemingly adjusting very well to life as a parent, Jack even said he has been working on his burping technique.

On Monday, the reality star posted some sweet videos on his Instagram story of him feeding the little one, who is wrapped in a blanket and gently nestled in his arms.

Jack has known Blossom’s mum Casey since he was 17

“This was the first time I ever gave Blossom a bottle, Ive got the winding down now,” he captioned the post.

He claimed on his story he has mastered the art of multi-tasking: “Look I’m a pro now, pro feeder.”

He added: “I just find it brilliant hat I’ve actually mastered using my phone, feeding a baby and watching the telly.

“They say men can’t multitask, where’s your evidence, here’s your evidence.”

Jack and Casey used to be together but now co-parent Blossom

There were more first-times for Jack as he took Blossom out in her pram on Saturday, uploading the clip to Instagram.

The new father admitted he was “loving it” and joked he was a “great driver.”

Last week Jack revealed he kept his baby girl a secret so Blossom’s mother Casey Ranger could have a “peaceful pregnancy”.

The former Celebs Go dating star has known Casey since he was 17 and stated it is easy to co-parent with her due to their long friendship.

Jack kept his baby news quiet because he wanted Casey to have a peaceful pregnancy

Former amateur boxer Jack spoke to The Sun at the National Television Awards last Tuesday about why he kept his baby news quiet.

“I kept the pregnancy a secret so her mum could have a peaceful pregnancy and she did.

“Everyone from Love Island has been in touch to wish me well and it made me cry.”

On how he is adapting to fatherhood, Jack said: “I’m loving fatherhood. But not nappy changing – it stinks. I can’t stop staring at her though she’s beautiful.”