Farmer Wants A Baby! Hayley Love and Will Dwyer Have Welcomed a Little Girl
And to conclude the Farmer Wants A Wife drama, Hayley Love has given birth to her first child with co-star, Farmer Will Dwyer. Announcing the happy news on Instagram, the doting mum shared two photos of her newborn baby girl.
“DAISY 🌸 Born on 7th December 2021 at 10:03pm weighing 3.6kgs,” she captioned the post. “I can’t believe you are mine, my little best friend.”
Hayley, who went on Farmer Wants A Wife to try and win over Farmer Matt, announced she was expecting a child with Farmer Will after the show wrapped up.
“I started my relationship with Farmer Will in December before the reunion episode was filmed a few weeks later in January,” Hayley revealed.
The two briefly dated, but it wasn’t until after deciding to end things that Hayley was told she was pregnant.
“On the 2nd April I left his house thinking, ‘I’m never coming back, I’m done,” she wrote. “The next morning I found out I was six weeks pregnant. I was terrified to tell him.”
But at this point, the drama was just beginning. Hayley went on to reveal just how involved Will was in the pregnancy at the time, and well … it wasn’t much.
“I’ve tried to keep things amicable with him, to be clear on what his involvement with our child will be,” she said. “I’ve asked him to all the appointments and he did come to the ultrasound.”
After issuing her lengthy statement, Will broke his silence and questioned whether the child was even his.
“When the time comes, I will be the best Dad I can be,” he said. “If this is in fact my child, I’ll be there whenever the child needs me.”
Throughout her pregnancy, Hayley has been sharing updates on social media along the way, even penning a heartfelt message to her child when she reached 26 weeks.
“Starting life with you has been a difficult one but I do not regret it one bit at all,” she wrote alongside a series of photos of her cradling her baby bump. “I will love you unconditionally and I know you will love me too.
“Thank you for choosing me little bean.”