I’m A Celeb’s Danny Miller kisses newborn son Albert after three weeks apart

I’m A Celeb’s Danny Miller kisses newborn son Albert after three weeks apart


Danny Miller has shared a heartwarming snap of his reunion with his baby son, Albert, after his stint in the I’m A Celeb castle.

Danny, 30, took home the crownon last night’s I’m A Celebrity finale, and was left speechless as a result.

A day on from his win, Danny has finally returned home from Wales to be reunited with his seven week old son, and his fiancée Steph Jones.

Steph shared a photo of him kissing baby Albert’s head on Danny’s Instagram page, which she has been running through the duration of his time on the hit ITV programme.

She captioned the post: “Danny’s home”, followed by a blue heart emoji.

People have since congratulated Danny on his win, and told him to enjoy his time with his young family.

Fellow campmate Arlene Phillips, who was the first to leave the Castle, commented: “Hi honey. This must be everything in your life right now. Home , your family , your well deserved win”.

A fan added: “Congratulations Danny well deserved,” as a third penned: “Congratulations Danny, enjoy being back with your family xxx”.

“The best feeling ever being reunited. enjoy xx,” added someone else.

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Earlier on today,Danny was reunited with Steph and their baby son over a video link while on Lorraine.

Both Danny and Steph were overcome with emotion seeing each other again, as the husband and wife-to-be said how much they’d missed each other.

As Danny began to cry after speaking to Steph, he said to Lorraine Kelly: "Oh my God, this wasn't the plan I'm sorry Lorraine this must be so awkward for you!"

There was some controversy around Danny leaving behind his newborn child for three weeks, but the 30 year old has insisted that he went on I’m A Celeb toset up baby Albert “for a good future”.

“I've made no secret of the fact that I wanted to be able to set him up for a good future,” the former Emmerdale actor told Ant and Dec.

“I wasn't financially set for that, and this is an opportunity to do that and set me and my family up. I feel like I've done it, and I'm proud of myself.”

"This is three weeks of my life, and Albert isn't really going to remember me being there or not. Steph is doing amazing with breastfeeding, she's an amazing mum. It gave me even more confidence to want to go to the Castle and provide for the family,” he continued.

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