Myles Stephenson to become a dad for first time

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 7 March 2021
Myles Stephenson

Myles Stephenson

Rak-Su's Myles Stephenson and his girlfriend are expecting their first child together in the coming months

Myles Stephenson is set to become a father for the first time.

The 29-year-old Rak-Su singer and his girlfriend are expecting a child together later this year.

A spokesperson for Myles told MailOnline: "Myles is delighted to share the happy news and is looking forward to becoming a parent and welcoming his first child."

The identity of Myles' girlfriend has not yet been revealed but the pair have been together for a year and recently adopted a puppy together.

The happy news comes one year after Myles spent two weeks in intensive care following a terrifying snowboarding accident in Andorra.

A source told The Sun on Sunday newspaper: "After a snowboarding accident resulted in a near-death injury, becoming a new parent is even more meaningful for Myles. He is now fighting fit and excited for the future.

“Myles has is buzzing and is getting his house ready for the new arrival and he's really family-orientated and feels ready to be a dad. Family means everything to him."

Myles previously revealed he was told he had just "six hours" to live if he didn't seek help after his snowboarding accident last year.

The singer ruptured his spleen, broke his ribs and damaged his lungs after injuring himself and Myles revealed doctors warned him he could have died if he didn't get help.

Speaking about the accident in a video on his YouTube channel, he said: "The reason why my situation was a lot worse than most because I stupidly didn't listen to my mum and left it for 13 hours. The doctor later on told me I was about six hours away from possibly dying. The moral of the story is, listen to mum.

"I had to learn how to walk again, a little bit. I didn't lose full motion in my legs, I just couldn't move them because I was bed bound for three weeks ... I had to learn how to breathe again. I was on oxygen the whole time. It was a tough road. I had a little apparatus with three balls in and I had to blow the balls up. If you get to two balls, you're good ... At the start of the injury, I couldn't even move one ball."