Love Island star Theo Campbell really surprised his fans after revealing he has just become a father.
Theo, 29, announced the shock news that he's now a first-time dad after managing to keep the pregnancy under wraps.
He posted a photo as he left the hospital with son Aries sleeping soundly in a baby carrier.
The reality star welcomed his baby with a mystery woman and kept the big news very quiet.
Theo captioned the shot: "My replacement is here – 21 hours later and he’s here. I can’t believe the joy I had looking into the eyes of my baby boy.
"I only told a few friends and family so for most people it will be a massive surprise seeing this.
"Over the past four years having a private life isn’t really a thing so being able to keep this private has been so nice.
"Massive well done to his mum as well, the process of having a baby is crazy I literally didn’t have a clue how strong a woman has to be to go through this! Aries Campbell 07/02/2021."
Many rushed to send their congratulations to the hunk.
Co-star Georgia Harrison wrote: "I’m so so proud of you my heart could burst, wish I was home to cuddle my new nephew and I love the name."
Charlie Williams, who also appeared on the ITV show, posted: "Congratulations Theo you are going to be a great dad! Let me know when you're next in Bath we can go for a walk with the prams. Hope mum's recovering well."
Theo found fame in the 2017 series of the hit show.
But he has had a difficult few years after he lost the sight in his right eye in Ibiza in 2019.
The star was rushed to hospital after being hit during a champagne spray party and he is now suing the club where the incident took place two year ago.
Athletic Theo is a former 400m runner for Great Britain.
After failing to find love on the ITV show, Theo went on to date another Love Island alum, Kaz Crossley.
Fans were later convince that he and Georgia Harrison were dating, and whether or not there was any romance, it's clear they're still close friends, judging from her comment on his big announcement.
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