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'First Dates' Is Set to Have It's FIRST Baby As TV Couple Reveal Exciting News!
Turns out true love CAN be found on reality television as a couple from the hit Channel 4 show are set expecting their first child.
If you're a sceptic who believes true love can't be found on a reality show, then you might want to take several seats.
'First Dates' couple Ibiba Mudada and Aarron Stewart have defied all odds and are set to start a family together after appearing on the popular channel 4 dating show.
Monday night's episode sees the pair return to St Paul’s Paternoster Chop House, for a much-needed catch up with restaurant staff about what they've been up to since first meeting.
Recalling the first time they laid eyes on each other, after being paired together on the show by producers and expert love psychologists, Ibiba says she was instantly drawn to Aaron's good looks.
"I was trying to keep it cool but I fancied him so much. I loved his long eyelashes and really genuine smile," gushed 28-year-old Ibiba who successfully played it cool for the cameras.
According to tonight's episode, there was an instant spark and the pair went on a date to a shisha bar away from the prying eyes of the cameras after dinner.
Ibiba told the Miror: "Things got serious after the third date. Everything was quite intense. Then we went bowling and he met one of my best friends, who told me, “He’s a good ’un!”’
Now the couple, who both have children from previous relationships (Ibiba has a 10-year-old daughter, Chenai, and Aarron has a daughter Tia, nine, and son Latham, six) are thrilled to be expanding their family.
"When I found out I was pregnant I wasn’t sure how he’d react. It was so soon," she explained.
‘We were getting into bed and I said, “There’s a baby in my belly – what’s going on?” but he seemed really happy."
As for Aarron, he couldn't be more thrilled and credits the show for helping him find love.
She's a brave one, our Emma!
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