Love Island's Jack Fincham says 'I miss you, our time will come' in heartbreaking post to his daughter

JACK Fincham has posted an heartbreaking tribute to his daughter Blossom saying: "Miss my baby. The time will come."

The Love Island star, 26, became a dad in January following what he called a "whirlwind romance" with NHS worker Casey Ranger.

He explained at the time that they were no longer together, saying "our priority is co-parenting our beautiful baby girl".

Jack shared a picture of Blossom on Instagram last night showing the tot lying on the carpet with a bow in her hair.

He added an emotional post, writing "Miss my baby. The time will come. Love you blossom."

The star later deleted the post. The Sun Online has contacted a rep for Jack.


Speaking to The Sun after becoming a dad, he said: "I’ve taken to fatherhood like a duck to water. I absolutely love it.

“She’s my focus, my priority. I want to work as hard as I can, earn as much as I can, so I can give her the best life possible."

Speaking about the tot's mum, he added: “Me and Case are just mates, we are simply focusing on being the best mum and dad we can and figuring out this co-parenting thing.

"It was a whirlwind romance and shortly after had the amazing news that she was expecting which we were both over the moon about.

"It didn’t work out romantically for us, however as I’ve said previously we are still great friends and have been for around 10 years."

Jack recently attended a huge party with hundreds of people as he came under fire for breaking social distancing rules.

But the dad-of-one attended the ticketed bash with a group of friends and looked in high spirits in clips on Instagram, hugging his mates and kissing a mystery brunette.

Jack recently confirmed his relationship with Connie O'Hara on Instagram, initially sparking engagement rumours, which he has since denied.

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