Jess Hayes delightedly reveals she is expecting her second child with fiancé ...

'2020 wasn't so bad!' Love Island 2015 winner Jess Hayes delightedly reveals she is expecting her second child with fiancé Dan Lawry

By Ciara Farmer For Mailonline

Published: 07:48 GMT, 24 November 2020 | Updated: 08:33 GMT, 24 November 2020

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Love Island 2015 winner Jessica Hayes is expecting her second child.

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The reality star, who is engaged to fiancé Dan Lawry, welcomed son Presley James in June last year and has now delightedly revealed they are set to add to their brood.  

Taking to Instagram, she shared a stunning snap from a New! Magazine shoot and added the caption: 'Guess 2020 wasn’t so bad after all'.

Doting parents: Love Island 2015 winner Jessica Hayes is expecting her second child

Doting parents: Love Island 2015 winner Jessica Hayes is expecting her second child

Jessica walked away victorious alongside Max Morley in the first season of the rebooted Love Island in 2015, but they parted ways just 40 days after the final aired.

Afterwards, Jess didn't minced her words about her ex, saying that she 'would never go near him' again because he's 'vile', while he went on to date Charlotte Crosby, Love Island 2016 contestant Zara Holland, and ex Love Islander Laura Anderson.

She found love with Dan and they have now revealed they are set to welcome the second tot to their brood, as they posed alongside Presley for the shoot. 

Her post was met from a mass of love from Love Island alums, including her season one co-stars and fellow mums Cara De La Hoyde and Hannah Elizabeth.  

Struggling: The reality star, who is engaged to fiancé Dan Lawry, welcomed son Presley James in June last year and has now delightedly revealed they are set to add to their brood

Struggling: The reality star, who is engaged to fiancé Dan Lawry, welcomed son Presley James in June last year and has now delightedly

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