Stephanie Davis books baby's first holiday
- Bang Showbiz
- 3 February 2017
Stephanie Davis only gave birth to her son three weeks ago but she's already booked his first holiday abroad
Stephanie Davis has booked her baby son's first holiday.
The 23-year-old actress only gave birth to Caben-Albi George three weeks ago but she's already decided to whisk him off on his first trip abroad because she's been dreaming of the day she could hop on a plane with her child "for so long."
Taking to her Twitter account, she said: "So excited Booking Caben's first holidayyyy. Were all to excited for this. To cute Been looking forward to this for SO long (sic)"
The former 'Hollyoaks' star certainly deserves a break as she's had a tough pregnancy last year with acute morning sickness, hospital dashes and a public feud with her ex-boyfriend Jeremy McConnell, who she split from in May following a series of rows.
The brunette beauty hasn't heard from her former flame - who she met in the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house - since she fell pregnant with her little one but she's still agreed to have the DNA test carried out on him to prove the Irish hunk is his father.
She said recently: "I haven't heard from Jeremy directly for nine months. That's [the paternity test] in the process of being arranged, but any tests that happen will be dealt with privately. I'm a new mum and dealing with all that brings, so I will deal with everything in my own time and I won't feel pressured. My priority is bring up my son."
Although the 26-year-old heartthrob is adamant he has nothing to do with Caben, the Stephanie is "100 per cent" certain he's the father of her child.
She explained: "My son is 100 per cent Jeremy's baby - and a paternity test will prove it. Jeremy said a long time ago that I wasn't even pregnant, and then that he wasn't sure if he was the dad. He had to stand by that throughout my pregnancy."
Stephanie still hasn't decided whether she will allow Jeremy - who she met in the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house in January last year - to see the little one in the future.