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Sam Faiers pregnant

Published 24/08/2015

Sam Faiers
Sam Faiers

Sam Faiers has shared the happy news she is expecting a happy with her boyfriend Paul Knightley.

The 24-year-old star only began dating property developer Paul Knightley, 26, in October but it seems things have already become serious for the pair.

Amid reports Sam is three-months pregnant with her first child, she has uploaded an adorable snap of herself and Paul beaming at the camera on Instagram. It's the caption that confirms the happy news though, as she put an emoji of a baby and a heart. Fans rushed to congratulate her but some appeared confused by the message, quizzing whether she was pregnant.

The TOWIE star met her beau just weeks after she split from her former fiancé Joey Essex last year, who she had dated on and off for several years.

Sam is already an aunt to her sister Billie's daughter Nellie, so has plenty of experience with little ones.

Earlier this month the star revealed Paul was moving in with her, before they settle down in their own place.

She also hinted at starting a family with the handsome businessman.

"I’m just about to get an extension put on my house and once that’s done he’ll move in. In the future we’ll buy a house together," she told OK! magazine.

"We talk about kids more than we do marriage, but as a couple we want the whole package."

Despite Sam admitting she was the first to blurt out 'I love you' while drunk, Paul is clearly smitten with his girlfriend as he gushed about their relationship.

"I’ve never felt this way about a girl before. It’s hit me hard," he said.

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