DANNY Dyer has revealed that he has nicknamed his pregnant daughter Dani's unborn child "The Chav".
The 43-year-old star will become a grandfather for the first time in the coming weeks, with 24-year-old Dani's due date looming.
Kicking off the latest instalment of their podcast Sorted With The Dyers, Dani excitedly said: "The baby is coming so soon!"
Her dad jokingly replied: "The chav's coming, it's on its way."
The former Love Island star took the quip in her stride, giggling as she continued to excitedly chatter about childbirth as her dad asked: "I wonder where it is now, where its head is – is it coming down the vaginal passage?"
Dani casually replied: "It is, it will be a vaginal birth hopefully – but you just don't know until you're in labour."
Danny reassured his daughter: "But you're not a failure if you do need to have a caesarean", which Dani quickly agreed with – adding that she just plans to play the birth by ear.
As the chat went on, Dani shared her disappointment as she realised Danny will likely not be able to be in the hospital waiting room when she gives birth due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The EastEnders actor insisted: "As long as it's nice and quick for you, it doesn't matter if I'm in the waiting room or indoors with my feet up eating some crisps."
The little one is Dani's first child, and the star is expecting with her long-term boyfriend Sammy Kimmence.
The couple have chosen not to find out the sex of their baby, with Dani proudly showing off their gender-neutral nursery earlier this week.
Dani was in a relationship with Sammy prior to shooting to fame on Love Island in the summer of 2018.
While on the series, Dani was in a relationship with Jack Fincham, but the pair split in April 2019.
Later that month, Dani and Sammy were pictured together and it was reported that their relationship had been rekindled, which was later confirmed by the reality TV star.
In July, the couple announced via social media that they were expecting their first child together.
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