Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt's second baby has the most adorable name

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Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images
Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images

Love Island 2022 is fast approaching (T-minus 8 days, peeps!) and we have the perfect pre-celebration news for you. Another one of the show's successful pairings has welcomed a baby into the world! Season 3 stars and runners-up, Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt, are the latest couple to announce that they've added another member to their already growing family.

The pair met on the reality show in 2017 and ever since they've been going from strength to strength. In October 2020, they took to Instagram to share that their first child, Nell Sophia Jewitt (now aged one), had been born. Then, in September 2021, Camilla and Jamie tied the knot with an adorable wedding ceremony in Essex surrounded by family, friends and even fellow Love Island star Marcel Somerville (aka: 1/10th of the Blazin' Squad).

Now, their most recent milestone came to us just yesterday after Camilla and Jamie, who are both now 32, announced on Instagram that their second daughter had been born. Captioning the post and revealing the baby's name, the two wrote: "Our beautiful early bird Nora Belle Jewitt 🐣🥰 born 27th May 2022, a sister for our gorgeous little Nell Sophia ♥️".

After announcing their second pregnancy in December last year, Camilla and Jamie expected that baby Nora would arrive in June 2022, however, evidently, she arrived a little earlier than anticipated. Nevertheless, Jamie shares that "[Camilla] was absolutely incredible when she brought Nora into the world...".

Understandably, the comments section was flooded with congratulations including a message from season 2 Love Islander, Olivia Bowen, who said: "Congratulations guys ❤️❤️❤️❤️".

Echoing the love, we'd like to wish the family of four all the health and happiness for the future!

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