Love Island's Amy Hart announces she is pregnant with her first baby after fertility struggles on Loose Women | The Sun

LOVE Island star Amy Hart has revealed she's expecting her first baby with boyfriend Sam Rason.

The former reality TV star – who rose to fame on the ITV2 dating show in 2019 – took to the Loose Women panel to make the exciting announcement.


Amy, 30, revealed that she had fallen pregnant naturally after worrying about struggling to conceive and freezing her eggs.

The Love Island star told the panel she was around "14 weeks" pregnant as she appeared in a figure-hugging blue dress.

Wearing her long blonde hair down, the star looked glamorous with a full palette of make-up as she revealed the news.

"I'm pregnant," she told Kaye Adams, as her fellow hosts gushed round Amy. "I'm between 13 and 14 weeks."

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Admitting she had to go "sober" for her recent 30th birthday after finding out that she was expecting her first child.

The couple had planned to use IVF after Amy discovered she could be at risk of fertility issues, but Amy fell pregnant naturally.

"I'm between 13 and 14 weeks," she explained. "It was supposed to be 12 week scan [this week] but might now be my 14-week tomorrow."

She confirmed that she didn't need to use the eggs she had frozen last year – and plans to "donate" them if she doesn't use them."

"It was just such a shock, it was so unplanned," her boyfriend Sam reacted as he was brought out to join the panel.

The couple then took to Instagram with a series of snaps – showing off their baby scan – as they spoke about their surprise pregnancy.

"So as you may or may not have noticed we’ve been a little less active on here in the last few months, certainly a lot less drunken behaviour on Amy’s stories," they joked.

"In short, she’s either been asleep or nauseous. Family is so important to both of us, it was a value that bonded us right from the start and we are so excited to become a family of our own in March.

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"We’ve both had individual and collective worries over the years that this may not have been the simplest process or that it may not happen at all.

" Interestingly enough, we got pregnant unexpectedly because the app that was telling us the fertile window was SO out. So much so that if we’d started trying in January as planned we probably wouldn’t have fallen pregnant.

"We were told earlier this year that if we hadn’t fallen pregnant within 6 months of starting trying, it would be straight to IVF. Life has a funny way eh!!"

Earlier this year, Amy was seen getting emotional as she opened up about her fertility battle – which saw her have her eggs frozen.

She started the egg freezing process last year after finding out her AMH level (fertility span) was "quite low".

Amy embarked on two failed rounds of egg extraction before a third successful attempt – costing her a total of £14,000.

When she was previously asked how many children she'd like, Amy told The Sun Online: "I’d like ten, but I think that boat has passed now, so I’d be really happy with two.

"So whether that’s birth children and adopted children – or whatever, I’d open to lots of different ideas."

The reality star explained it is “really, really important” to her to have kids, and if she hadn’t met someone by the time she is 35, she would do it alone.

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Shortly after, Amy met beau boyfriend Sam Rason – and the couple are already planning on settling down and getting married.

The pair have been dating since August 2021 and regularly share loved-up snaps together on social media.

Amy shot to fame on the fifth season of Love Island in 2019.

The former air steward left the villa after splitting up with her "half-boyfriend" dancer Curtis Pritchard.



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