Stephanie Davis sparks speculation she and Jeremy McConnell are engaged

Stephanie Davis Jeremy McConnell

by Owen Tonks |
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Stephanie Davis has sparked speculation she’s engaged to marry boyfriend Jeremy McConnell.

The pair have had a troubled past but since the birth of their baby son Caben-Albi things have taken a turn for the better.

Model Jeremy has vowed to get help for his issues after allegedly battling a drug problem and former Hollyoaks actress Steph has been sharing plenty of loved-up pictures of herself with her two boys online.

Stephanie, who met Jeremy in the Celebrity Big Brother house in January last year, posted a picture of her hand with newly polished nails on Instagram.

She wrote: “Love my Unicorn Nails. Thank you @lynzienails.”

But a sparkling ring on her finger quickly drew the attention of her followers, with one commenting that there may even have already been a wedding.

They wrote: “Two rings? Doesn’t that mean already married?”

Another responded: “Whatever the ring’s for it’s soooooooooo nice!! Sparkles for days.”

However, some people were more cynical, with someone writing: “Looks lie the promise ring and the other ring he bought when they came out BB.”

While things seem to have calmed for the couple in recent days, just weeks ago they unfollowed each other on social media and Jeremy was allegedly arrested for assaulting his ex.

Jeremy admitted he was on a “downward spiral” and Stephanie said she was “emotionally drained”.

But yesterday evening the star shared a picture of herself with Jeremy and their baby in which she couldn’t have looked happier.

She captioned the snap: “My family.”


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