Emmerdale’s Danny Miller gives I’m A Celeb fans a glimpse inside show’s secret quarantine cottages with new baby

EMMERDALE'S Danny Miller has given fans a glimpse inside the show's quarantine cottages as he prepares to enter the I'm a Celebrity castle.

The 30-year-old actor, who welcomed son Albert last month with fiancé Steph Jones, shared a sweet photo of the newborn.

The TV star, who is currently in 'quarantine' before he enters the castle. was by his partner and adorable baby son.

Danny posted a heartwarming clip of his bright-eyed boy who beamed at the camera.

The doting dad penned: "Wind or not, that smile has stolen my heart 😍."

Danny's fans raced to post sweet messages in the comment section, with one writing: "Most definitely not a windy smile!!! Precious moment!!! 😍."

A second posted: "Oh he’s beautiful ❤️👶🏻🥰😍 I can see Daddy in him too."

Another simply added: "Beautiful 💙."

The TV star also posted another photo of little Albert wrapped in a fluffy babygrown with his name personalised on it.

The cute tot looked peaceful as he enjoyed a snooze as the TV star gazed at him adoringly.


Emmerdale actor Danny and midwife Steph, who has polycystic ovary syndrome, had been trying to to conceive for a year before she fell pregnant and were days away from starting IVF.

So it's no surprise the couple are completely over-the-moon with their new arrival. Danny said: "I know it sounds like cliché but I keep calling him a miracle baby, and in a way he is.

"But either way if he'd come naturally or through IVF we didn't really care, we just knew we were destined to be a mum and dad. Now it feels like he's been here all our lives."

Steph added to OK! magazine: "When he arrived it was overwhelming as we'd waited so long for him."

Danny is amongst the stars currently in quarantine as they prepare to enter the I'm a Celebrity castle in Wales.

He'll be joined by Loose Women panellist Frankie Bridge, Good Morning Britain's Richard Madeley and EastEnders legend Adam Woodyatt.

A source said: “All of the celebrities will have to quarantine alone for a fortnight.

"Once this ends they will enter the camp, which is basically then their bubble for the whole series.

“Testing will be done regularly in camp and on the set to ensure all the cast and crew are safe.

“ITV thinks this is the best case scenario and will stop any headaches surrounding Covid, which has been a nightmare for the BBC with Strictly.”­

Strictly was plunged into crisis at the start of the latest series, with three stars refusing to have the jab, leading to mutiny backstage.

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