Dani Dyer has revealed that her generous mum Jo Mas has agreed to move in with her and boyfriend Sammy Kimmence to help out when her baby arrives.
Former Love Island champ Danni, 24, is expecting her first child with the stockbroker early next year.
Discussing her baby plans on the Lorraine Show today, Dani explained that she’s already bagged herself a very willing full-time nanny for her tot.
She told how her mum Jo has agreed to live with her to help provide round the clock help when she becomes a first time time mum.
Grandmother-to-be Jo is so excited to join Dani and Sammy that she’s even banned the pair from converting their spare room to a walk in wardrobe so that she can have more space.
Dani explained: “We were meant to convert the spare room into my own little dressing room and she’s like: ‘Oh no, we are going to keep the bed in there, and I’ll have a picture up there, my sign up there…’
“So yeah, she’s moving in. She’s moving in,” she confirmed.
The reality star also revealed that her EastEnders actor dad is taking a much less hands on approach to his responsibilities.
“He thinks he’s funny, he’s like: ‘I can’t believe I am going to be a grandad, I’m glad I won’t be doing any of the night feeds!'” Dani laughed.
She then clarified that her old man has given her lots of helpful advice, having had three children himself.
“He’s really excited for me. He’s like: ‘Listen Dan, as long as they’re fed and you’re giving them loads of love they will be fine,'”she gushed.
Dani and Sammy broke the news that they were expecting their first child to fans earlier this year and have decided to keep the gender a secret until he or she arrives.
Mum-to-be Dani admitted that she has battled with anxiety during her pregnancy which she claimed was not helped by an at-home ultrasound machine she purchased.
The star said she went into panic mode when she couldn’t hear her baby’s heartbeat and feared something could be wrong.
Dani posted a video of the fetal doppler device on her Instagram Stories and warned fans off buying them.
She said: “Nothing against it, some people are really lucky and find a heartbeat in six weeks.
“I tried this at home – it made me ill. If you’re a little bit of a worrier, like me, I just really don’t recommend them because if you cant find the heartbeat, you’re stressing about it. I know I was.”