Nathan Massey and Cara would ‘love’ reality show but ‘moany’ daughter Delilah has put them off more kids
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They were crowned Love Island winners back in 2016, and now Nathan Massey has revealed he and his wife Cara De La Hoyde would 'love' a reality show of their own one day.
The 28 year old made the revelation during a Q&A session with his followers on his Instagram Stories.
One fan commented: “You genuinely need to do a reality TV show. Love you and Cara! Freddie is just you”.
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Nathan responded: “Aww thank you for your kind words. We would love to reality show!”
Nathan and Cara regularly document the highs and lows of family life on social media, with Cara often being praised for her honesty about motherhood.
As well as their son Freddie-George, who turns three next month, the couple welcomed their daughter Delilah into the world back in July.
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And it sounds like son Freddie would also love the idea of a De La Hoyde-Massey family reality show, as Nathan says he loves nothing more than playing up to the camera.
"He loves it, said Nathan. "He's off his head, but the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree!”
Nathan also responded to fan who asked if he and Cara have any plans for baby number three.
Admitting they had had been "put off" as he shared a clip of himself and Delilah, Nathan said: “Any plans for baby number three? Probably, but this one here is moany Myrtle. She doesn’t stop moaning so it put us off a little bit. She’s a very, very moany little person.”
Nathan and Cara announced Delilah's birth three months ago, and former circus performer Cara, 30, later admitted she "wanted to die” during the difficult labour because of the pain.
When asked by a fan if her labour was painful, she admitted: “Horrific! No joke how you’re going through it and not dying I have no idea.
“Take whatever pain relief you want, don’t be a hero for the sake of it but I did it again so you do forget about it.”
Cara, who was diagnosed with pre-eclampsia during her second pregnancy, also admitted she was scared to give birth after her first experience welcoming son Freddie into the world in 2017 as she knew what to expect this time.
One fan admitted to Cara she was also scared to give birth the second time and asked if Cara felt the same, to which she admitted: “So was I, so much more than with Fred, I think it’s because you know what to expect this time and how much it hurts.
“But honestly was a lot easier. Like I still wanted to die but it didn’t seem as bad after the first time.”
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