Josh Patterson moves in with Binky Felstead

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 26 June 2017
Josh 'JP' Patterson and Binky Felstead

Binky Felstead and Josh 'JP' Patterson

Binky Felstead and Josh 'JP' Patterson have moved in together now their baby daughter, India, has been born

Binky Felstead and Josh 'JP' Patterson have moved in together.

The former 'Made in Chelsea' stars had an on/off romance until the brunette beauty discovered she was pregnant last year, and they eventually got back together but were still taking things slowly.

However, now they are parents to daughter India Elizabeth - who was born on June 12 - JP has moved into Binky's house because he can't bare to be apart from his new family.

JP said: "We've very much not had a conventional relationship but organically we've got to a point where I want to be here day and night to be with Binks and India."

And the 27-year-old hunk admitted he loves Binky even more now after being by her side when she gave birth.

He added to HELLO! magazine: "When you've seen your partner give birth, you end up feeling emotions for them that you've never felt before.

"I can't describe how much admiration I have for Binky for what she's been through.

"I love her so much for that. It's a new feeling in my heart. Having India has cemented us, even more than we were before."

Meanwhile, Binky was relieved to have a "dream" labour with India, having checked herself into the Lindo Wing at St. Mary's Hospital in London a few days before her due date in order to control her birthing experience.

She said: "It was a dream labour. There was no screaming or crying, and it wasn't like in a movie.

"It was all over very quickly. I would have been nervous had I not had a birthing plan like that."

However, the 27-year-old star has been advised to go to hospital as soon as she has any signs of labour if she ever has more children because India was born so quickly.

She explained: "I had an epidural in the morning and my waters broken at 9am. They said it's incredibly for a first child and said to make sure I go into hospital quickly when I go into labour next time because I'll probably have the baby within two hours."

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