Ferne McCann enjoys ‘first date night’ with Lorri since Finty’s birth at Pride Of Britain

Ferne McCann looked incredible as shejoined the likes of Faye Winter and Amy Dowden at the Pride of Britain Awards on Sunday 8 October.

The formerThe Only Way Is Essex star,who gave birth to her daughter Finty back in July, was joined by her fiancé Lorri Haines as they enjoyed a child-free evening at the event in London.

For the occasion, mum-of-two Ferne kept things classic yet stylish as she opted for a chic strapless black gown which featured a low cut corset bodice and a sheer mesh skirt that trailed along the red carpet.

To finish off the look, 33 year old Ferne wore a pair of silver statement earrings and stuck to a neutral toned smokey eye and nude lip.

Lorri meanwhile matched the TV personality as he wore an all-black suit which he paired with some smart black shoes.

Speaking to OK! as they walked the red carpet, Ferne joked: “It’s our first date night. If you’re going to have a date night, make it the Pride of Britain Awards.”

Meanwhile, Lorri added: “It’s our first date night since Finty was born.”

With Ferne already being a mum to five year old Sunday,she has previously admitted that she was worried about how they’d adjust to being a family of four.

Luckily, Sunday is thriving in her big sister role – she even gave her approval for the name, despite originally wanting “Marshmallow” for a girl and “Stinks” for a boy!

“I was so worried about how Sunday would react to a sibling. It was just me and Sunday for such a long time. I didn’t want her to feel left out. Everyone was telling me to get Sunday a present from the baby. But she’s been so accepting of Finty,” she told OK!.

And after years of being a single mother to Sunday, the TV star has said that sharing parenthood with Lorri is particularly special.

“It’s been so nice experiencing a newborn together. We’re both obsessed with her,” she said. “When Finty does new things, we’re like, ‘We made her!’”

The doting mum has also praised her beau for being so supportive, explaining how she has combined breastfeeding with pumping so he can help her with the night feeds.

“We’ve been tag-teaming it. Lorri’s really hands-on – some dads wouldn’t even change a nappy, but he does. I have this implicit trust in him. We’ve got so much confidence in each other,” she said.

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