Love Island star Dani Dyer has announced that she is pregnant with twins in a heartfelt Instagram post.

The reality TV show contestant revealed the special news on the social media platform on Friday night alongside a cute snap of her son Santiago.

Her little boy, aged 1, was pictured with a black foamboard with a sonogram picture and a message for fans which read:"I am going to be a big brother to twins".

In the Instagram post, the daughter of the EastEnders actor Danny Dyer, wrote: "We have been keeping a little secret...

"Our little TWINS 

Dani Dyer is pregnant with twins with partner Jarrod Bowen


"So excited to meet our babies and watch santi be the best big brother..
"The biggest surprise of our lives but feeling SO blessed.. our family is getting a lot bigger and we can’t wait."

Fans have rushed to the influencer's comments to share their love and best wishes to her and boyfriend West Ham United star Jarrod Bowen.

With two heart emojis, Kate Ferdinand posted: "Ah! How special! So happy for you, congratulations darling."

Fellow Love Islander Molly Mae wrote: "Omg !!! Amazing. Congratulations"

Another former contestant, Shaughna Phillips, commented: "Omg congratulations my love!!!!! So happy for you."

Comedian Katherine Ryan also shared her congratulations: "Ayayaaaaaye congratulations."

Who is Jarrod Bowen?

After unsuccessful trials at Aston Villa and Cardiff City, Bowen started his career as a scholar at Hereford United, having grown up near Leominster.

At the age of 17, Bowen broke into the Hereford United first team after impressing for the youth team that season, making his debut in a 2–0 loss against Barnet in March 2014.

He scored his first career goal in April 2014 in Hereford's 3–2 home victory over Alfreton Town.

After Hereford were expelled from the Football Conference in June 2014, Bowen signed for Premier League club Hull City in July before he joined West Ham United on a permanent transfer.

The Premier League club paid an initial £18 million for the forward, with up to s£7 million in potential add-ons.