Earlier this year, Love Island stars Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey left us all open-mouthed after they revealed they were having their first child together. But the positive vibes didn't stop there, as we delved into an even more wonderful world of excitement after the pair confirmed they were expecting a boy. Cute.

Ever since the sex of the little one was announced, we've not been able to stop thinking about what little baby Massey De La Hoyde will look like. If mum and dad are anything to go by, we imagine he'll be an absolute heart-breaker.

And now we've been given our first proper look at Cara and Nathan's baby, after the proud mum-to-be posted a picture of a 4D baby scan on Instagram.

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Taking to the social media platform, former circus performer Cara wrote: "Here he is. Look at the pout."

The image, which saw an amazing 4D image of the child's head, was indeed sporting a cheeky pout (like we'd expect anything less).

And it wasn't long before some eagle-eyed fans noticed something 'special' about the photo, and couldn't wait to shout about it.

"Spit of his Dad!" wrote one.

While somebody else added: "Like his daddy!"

"Aww, just like his daddy," gushed a third.

Nathan, too shared a photograph of his son's first 4D scan, leading fans of his to make similar observations.

"Same nose as you," typed one Instagrammer.

Meanwhile, someone else suggested: "He actually looks like you on this scan pic."

Earlier this month, Cara opened up about how having depression had affected her relationship with Nathan.

In a heartbreaking interview with Reveal magazine, she admitted: "The worst point came after Love Island. Nobody trains you for how intense it is, and you're constantly being judged. I really wish I'd have spoken to someone about it at the time, because I didn't know how to deal with it, and I didn't feel like me anymore.

"There would be times I'd lock myself in my bedroom for days, and just sit there and cry. Nathan has never dealt with mental illness before."

She continued: "It got so bad that it put a lot of stress on our relationship. It's hard when you're with someone to not think it's your fault, and that they're down because you've done something, but it's not - you just can't help it."

Rachel Pugh

Rachel Pugh is a Junior Social Editor at PRETTY52. She previously worked as the Overnight TV & Showbiz editor for OK! Online. She started her journalism career in 2014, where she worked on the video desk for the Daily Star and Daily Express. Since then she has worked as a publisher, journalist, copywriter and social media manager on a variety of websites, with subject matters ranging from menswear to pop culture. Contact her – rachel.pugh@pretty52.com

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