Jeremy McConnell to move to Liverpool for good?
Jeremy McConnell has reportedly decided to move to the UK permanently in order to be with his baby son Caben-Albi
Jeremy McConnell is planning to move to Liverpool indefinitely to be with his baby son.
The Irish hunk jetted from his native Dublin, Ireland, to the English city almost two weeks ago after he found out he was the father of his ex-girlfriend Stephanie Davis' five-week-old son Caben-Albi and it doesn't look like he'll be returning home anytime soon.
A source told The Sun Online: "He has no plans to return to Dublin for the foreseeable future."
It's thought the heavily-inked heartthrob - who turned 27 today (22.02.17) - has been staying with the brunette beauty since he touched down in her hometown just over a week ago and, although he was adamant he'd never get back together, they've sparked rumours they're giving their relationship another go after they were spotted looking every inch loved up out in public.
An onlooker told the Mirror Online: "Jeremy looked healthier than ever and Steph couldn't hide her grin."
And it looks like the pair could be set to spend even more time together as television executives are keen to offer them a whopping "£50,000" to shoot their own reality TV show together.
A source said recently "Steph and Jeremy are the hottest property in the reality TV world at the moment and producers are keen to get them their own show.
"It would be a ratings winner and the pair could walk away with over £50,000."
Stephanie fell in love with Jeremy on 'Celebrity Big Brother' last year, but after months of breaking up and making up over allegations he'd cheated on her, they decided to call time on their romance in April.
Jeremy spent the majority of Stephanie's pregnancy denying that the baby belonged to him but caught an early flight home from a lads' holiday in Thailand when he heard Stephanie had gone into labour.
He then begged the former 'Hollyoaks' star to have a paternity test done on the little one and was over the moon when the results came back in his favour at the beginning of this month.