Love Island's Jack Keating shares adorable new pic of baby daughter after surprise arrival
21.03.2023 - 19:15
Jack Keating has shared a sweet new photograph of his baby daughter, after announcing her surprise arrival on Instagram in March. The 24 year old, who appeared on Love Island 2022, took fans by surprise earlier this month as he revealed he'd welcomed his first child. New dad Jack, who is the eldest son of Boyzone star Ronan Keating, has now shared a second glimpse of his adorable baby girl and posted a snap of him cradling her while enjoying a day at home with his family.
In the photo, Jack, dressed in black jogging bottoms, t-shirt and cap, can be seen holding his daughter in his arms as he gazes down at her. He shared the photo along with several others showing him with family and enjoying nights out with pals, along with the simple caption: "Recently," and a camera emoji. Jack's followers flocked to gush over the photo, with his younger sister Missy, 22, writing: "Love it bro," with a red heart emoji.
"that pic in the kitchen with baba my heart," one fan wrote, with a second adding: "Aww welcome to parenthood! congratulations xxx". A third said: "gorgeous pic of u and ur baby girl jack enjoy every min they grow so quickly". Jack announced he'd become a dad on Instagram on 9 March, sharing a black and white photo of him holding his daughter in his arms.
He captioned the photo: "Welcome to the world my little [princess emoji]." The former Love Islander has since opened up about parenthood, revealing he's "besotted" with his newborn and is excited to be embarking on a new "chapter" in his life. Speaking to The Sun, Jack said: "I am delighted to announce the birth of my little girl. "Her mother and I have decided to keep her identity private for now and we ask everyone to please respect our privacy at this time.
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