Love Island star Marcel Somerville becomes a dad for the first time as fiancée Rebecca Vieira gives birth


LOVE Island star Marcel Somerville has become a dad for the first time after fiancée Rebecca Vieira gave birth.

The couple shared their happy news on Instagram with photos from inside the hospital room where there baby was born.

Love Island star Marcel Somerville’s fiancée Rebecca Vieira has given birth to their first child

In one pic, the baby is seen swaddled in clothes and a hat as Rebecca breastfeeds her newborn.

In another, proud dad Marcel grins as he leans over his baby and takes a selfie.

The reality star shared a love heart over his sweet snap and wrote: “My life”

Marcel and Rebecca found out the sex of their baby at a gender reveal party last August,

Marcel looked so happy as he took a selfie with his fiance and baby

But it was double joy for the star, as he also proposed to Rebecca at the bash.

The reality star got down on one knee in front of their friends and family and popped the question to a shocked Rebecca.

He proposed just after they found out they are expecting a baby boy.

A source told OK online : “Marcel didn’t tell anyone that he was going to propose, even his best friends, he did not tell anyone that he was planning it so it was a whole surprise for everyone.

“Rebecca cried and every one at the party was crying, it was really emotional and every one was super happy.”

Their baby joy comes a year after the couple went through a devastating miscarriage.

Rebecca took ‘loads’ of pregnancy tests when she discovered she was expecting

Telling OK! about the moment he found out he was going to be a dad, Marcel said: “I was in the studio with my headphones on and she tapped me on the shoulder.

“She had loads of pregnancy tests in her hand, just to make doubly sure. It was crazy! It’s my first baby and I’ve been waiting a long time for this, so it’s just mad.”

The pair have been together for 14 months, with their first pregnancy coming early in the relationship.

Despite their miscarriage heartache, they said the tragedy has made them a stronger couple.

The pair have been together for 14 months

He said: “This is just a message to everyone that has been sending all their prayers and blessings.

“They don’t go missed, I really appreciate them, I really need them right now.

“It’s been a very, very hard few days for me. Saturday was literally the worst day of my life and I nearly died but, yeah, just keep sending them my way because I really need them. Thank you so much. Big love from Marcel.”