Dani Dyer cradles son Santiago as she catches the train home before sharing sweaty selfie and saying she ‘started running’ after welcoming her little boy
She only welcomed her baby boy Santiago in January.
And Dani Dyer was seen heading to the train station with her baby boy nestled in his pram, after it was reported she and boyfriend Sammy Kimmence are ‘still together’ despite the possibility of a prison sentence following his guilty plea.
The Love Island star, 24, opted for a casual grey padded coat over ripped jeans as she donned a face mask for the outing with her baby boy.
Casual: It comes after Dani took her baby son Santiago, three months, for a day out in London
Following her outing Dani revealed she is back on the running circuit, taking to Instagram on Saturday to share a sweaty selfie as she declared: ‘Started back running again… it’s gonna take me some time for my fitness to be back.’
Despite just having embarked on an intense exercise session, Dani, looked radiant in the snap and went makeup-free with her hair swept into a ponytail.
While out and about on Friday, the star briefly picked up the tot before placing him back in his pram as they headed home following a day of shopping in the capital.
Last week Dani returned to social media for the first time since her boyfriend Sammy pleaded guilty in court to scamming two men out of £34,000.
Sweet: The former Love Island star headed to the train station with her baby boy after a day of shopping in the capital
Back to it: Dani is back on the running circuit, taking to Instagram on Saturday to share a sweaty selfie as she declared: ‘Started back running again’
Low-key: Dani opted for a casual grey padded coat over ripped jeans as she donned a face mask for the outing with her baby boy
The reality TV star was seen focussing on spending quality time with their three-month-old son as she enjoyed a farm trip with some pals.
She also shared a throwback snap of her little boy to Instagram Stories on Friday and marvelled at how much Santiago has grown in the past three months.
The Instagram posts came after Dani reportedly vowed to stand by her boyfriend Sammy Kimmence as he faces jail after pleading guilty to fraud.
Simple: The star briefly picked up the tot before placing him back in his pram as they headed home following a day of shopping in the capital
Determined: Dani has reportedly vowed to ‘stand by’ her boyfriend Sammy after he plead guilty to scamming two men out of £34,000
In a statement the star’s representative confirmed they are ‘still together’ after he appeared at Portsmouth Crown Court on Monday and admitted duping two men out of £34,000 on Monday.
Dani, who welcomed son Santiago with Sammy in January, has reportedly vowed to stick by her beau after he made a last-minute change to plead guilty, and has now been told he could face prison time.
When asked whether they were still in a relationship, Dani’s rep told The Sun they are ‘still together.’
A source close to the star added: ‘She’s vowed to stand by him, he’s the father of her baby.’
MailOnline contacted representatives for Dani Dyer for further comment at the time.
Mother and son: Last week Dani was focusing on spending quality time with their three-month-old son as she enjoyed a farm trip with some pals
How he’s grown! She also shared a throwback snap of her little boy to Instagram Stories on Friday and marvelled at how much Santiago has grown in the past three months
Super cute: Dani also shared a snap of a very trendy new summer outfit for Santi displayed on a ‘baby Kimmence’ stand
While Sammy was appearing in court on Monday, Dani took to Instagram Stories to reveal she’d taken son Santiago for his latest round of innoculations.
Sharing a snap of her baby boy in his car set, she wrote: ‘Oh my beautiful boy had his second lot of jabs today…
‘The constant crying hasn’t started yet I’m hoping this time round he will be okay, had to hold back the tears when she injected him. Just love him so much hate him being in pain.’
It comes after Sammy was warned on Monday he faces jail after he admitted scamming two elderly men out of £34,000 by posing as a financial investor.
The entrepreneur duped Peter Martin, 90, and Peter Haynes, 80, between 2016 and 2018 by persuading the vulnerable pensioners to allow him to invest their money.
Now Kimmence, who had denied all the charges and pleaded not guilty only last week, faces a possible prison sentence after a last-minute change of plea.
Plea: Sammy, 25, made a last-minute change to plead guilty to scamming two men out of £34k when he appeared at Portsmouth Crown Court last month
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