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Pregnant Dani Dyer supports footballer boyfriend Jarrod Bowen after final home game as she nears due date

Dani Dyer supports footballer boyfriend, West Ham player Jarrod Bowen, as she nears due date (Instagram/Dani Dyer)
Dani Dyer supports footballer boyfriend, West Ham player Jarrod Bowen, as she nears due date (Instagram/Dani Dyer)

Pregnant Dani Dyer supported her footballer boyfriend Jarrod Bowen at his final home game of the season on Sunday as her due date nears.

The former Love Island winner announced that she and the West Ham footballer were expecting identical twin girls earlier this year.

Before they welcome their impending arrivals, the 26-year-old cheered on her other half at the London Stadium as Bowen’s team celebrated a 3-1 win against Leeds United, which secured their place in the Premier League for another year.

Taking to Instagram, she shared a heartwarming photo of her alongside Bowen on the pitch standing in front of West Ham fans.

In the shot, the TV personality was glowing in a camel-coloured knit dress which highlighted her bump and teamed the garment with a white denim jacket and trainers.

She captioned the post: “Last home game of the season. So proud of you and love you always.”

To which Bowen lovingly commented underneath the shots: “Love you always.”

Dyer, who is mum to son Santiago, two, from her previous relationship with ex Sammy Kimmence, recently admitted that her final stages of pregnancy were taking a toll.

During an Instagram Q&A back in April, the TV star told fans she had “ballooned” in recent weeks and was experiencing severe swelling.

She added: “I’ve just ballooned all of a sudden and the girls weigh together more than when Santi was born so I’m really feeling it. The full on waddling and swelling has begun.

Dyer previously revealed she was suffering “mum guilt” during the first few weeks of pregnancy, as she juggled severe morning sickness with looking after her toddler son.

She told The Sun: “The first trimester was really difficult. I was absolutely exhausted.

“But it’s hard because you can’t say to your toddler, ‘I can’t be your mum today, I don’t feel great. Off you go’”.