Inside Dani Dyer’s incredible birthday surprise with baby Santiago and dad Danny

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Dani Dyer has said that she is the ‘luckiest girl in the world’ following her 25th birthday celebrations with her family in Spain.

The Love Island winner jetted to Spain with her nearest and dearest to honour the milestone with a break in the sun.

Dani’s mum Jo surprised her daughter by decorating the whole holiday home especially for the big day, filling the living area with an ornate birthday balloon arch.

The arch framed a 'happy birthday' neon sign and piles of wrapped up gifts and cards.

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The reality star later revealed that her mum gifted her a voucher for a luxury facial back in the UK.

Dani also shared a snap of her birthday cards which featured heartfelt messages from all the extended family, including her grandparents.

Meanwhile six-month-old Santiago was also there to wish his mum a happy birthday while being cradled by his grandmother.



The family later toasted Dani’s special day, and her dad Danny Dyer couldn’t resist saying a few words.

The EastEnders star said: “Happy birthday to my sweet one. Twenty five years, no, quarter of a century old. Cheers.”

An emotional Dani later shared that she was feeling particularly sentimental at the end of the happy day.


The TV star shared: “I feel like the luckiest girl ever. I'm gonna cry.”

She added: “I've been drinking all day, Prosecco out of my cup that I've now lost.”

Meanwhile, Dani is now single following her split from Sammy Kimmence back in July after he was sentenced to three-and-a-half years behind bars for posing as an investor.

So far, the Mum of one is reportedly yet to take their son to visit his dad in prison.

A source toldThe Sun: ”Dani isn't punishing him still further by not visiting him because she knows he's got a right to see his son – even if he is banged up.

“But prison is such a scary place and she really can't bring herself to think about talking Santi into such a toxic environment or allowing someone else to take her child to jail on a visit.”

They added: “She knows all eyes will be on her once she walks into the visiting hall and needs to think carefully about how she can steel herself to make the visit – if that even happens.”

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