DANI Dyer gushed over her baby son, Santiago, as she modelled her new baby clothing range.

Dani, 24, called her firstborn 'my prince' as they snuggled together on her bed.

The former Love Island star was proudly showing off her new collection, Cherish, with My Babiie which launches next week.

The range which features everything from clothing to pushchairs, includes stylish animal prints and classical marble fabrics with striking metallic foiling.

In the adorable photo with Santiago, Dani rocked a grey ensemble of leggings and long top, which she paired with her son's matching onesie.

"My little Prince💙✨So excited for my collection to be coming soon @mybabiieofficial 💙" Dani captioned the photo.


Her fans loved the cute moment between mum and son, describing them as "cuties".

"This is too much 😍😩💙" wrote one Instagram user.

Another added: "My little beauties 😘😘"

And a third said: "This photo makes me so happy!! ❤️"

Dani became a mum for the first time in January when she welcomed her first child with her boyfriend Sammy Kimmence.

The new clothing range is one of Dani's many great career opportunities, after landing a gig on Eastenders as a cab driver.

The actress debuts next month alongside her father’s long-running character Mick Carter in the BBC One drama.

Producers were particularly pleased with the casting because Danny, 43, and Love Island winner Dani, 24, are already in the same Covid bubble which requires less filming restrictions.

The scenes, filmed three weeks ago, are not the first time the father and daughter have acted together.

Dani has previously appeared as an extra in several of her dad’s films, including Vendetta, Run For Your Wife, Doghouse and The Other Half.

She applied for a role on EastEnders but, after being knocked back, she decided to opt for Love Island, which she won in 2018 with her former fella Jack Fincham, 29.

She said: “They wouldn’t let me in it. I think it’s because my dad is already on it, so if I went on it, there would be a massive outrage.”


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