And the day finally arrived. Jeremy McConnell finally met his newborn baby Caben-Albi when visiting his ex-girlfriend Stephanie Davis.
Jeremy is very happy as he spent the weekend in Liverpool visiting his ex-girlfriend Stephanie Davis to meet his baby for the first time since he was born.
“It was an emotional reunion between him and Stephanie, but they were glad to see the pair finally putting their past behind him,” said a source. “They are well and truly their priority now – nothing else matters other than the health and happiness of the baby,”
Jeremy confirmed a week ago that he was the baby pope of Stephanie through a photo by Instagram after a paternity test. All the fans went crazy with the confirmation of the paternity and thought that the photo had been taken by the, but later it was learned that I take it from a private social network of Stephanie.
There was a lot of speculation that Jeremy had not wanted to meet the boy. But sources said it was not.
A source said: “Jeremy has every intention of meeting his as soon as possible – any suggestion otherwise is nonsense.”
Both met while they were part of Celebrity Big Brother and began a relationship that ended a few months later. After they had finished, Stephanie informed Jeremy that she was pregnant and he did not believe her. Seeing that he was not lying told him that he was not sure if he was the father of his baby.
Stephanie insisted on many opportunities that Jeremy was the father, causing him much stress and anxiety. Now everything seems to indicate that both parents made peace because it is best for their son.
Jeremy wants to be part of Caben’s life, and Stephanie is allowing it despite the problems they had.
During her pregnancy, Stephanie testified that she had been humiliated and mistreated by Jeremy for the way in which Jeremy demanded to know whether he was the father of her newborn baby, Caben-Albi, and said he had ruined her pregnancy.
“Stephanie has felt humiliated by Jeremy denying his own and is foolishly announcing publicly his request for a DNA test,” the statement read.
“Jeremy has caused Stephanie massive amounts of stress, pressure and upset throughout her pregnancy, ruining what for most women is one of the most special time [s] of their lives.”
It went on: “Jeremy has been at the point throughout the pregnancy or birth in contact with Stephanie. Jeremy was categorically not banned from the birth, nor did he ever ask to attend.
“Jeremy has been given the option at all times to take part in a DNA test, because of past behavior Stephanie has requested that this is handled via the correct channels and managed by her solicitor.”