Too Hot to Handle couple announce baby's birth

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Too Hot to Handle couple announce baby's birthDave Benett - Car and Driver

This article contains discussion of baby loss that some readers might find upsetting.

Too Hot to Handle couple Cam Holmes and Emily Miller have announced the birth of a baby boy.

The couple, who met on the second season of the Netflix reality show, shared the good news via an Instagram post, revealing the little one's name.

Alongside a black and white photo of the parents holding hands with their son, the caption reads: "Reggie Ruston Miller-Holmes. 20.06.2024."

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Their friends from the world of reality TV were quick to jump into the comments section, with Too Hot to Handle's Francesca Farago writing: "OMMGGG CRYING SCREAMING I CANT !! Congratulations Emily and Cam, so incredibly happy for you two."

Love Island's Sophie Piper wrote: "Congratulations to you both," while Perfect Match's Alara Taneri simply put: "My heart," alongside some crying emojis.

In January, the couple revealed that they were expecting a baby together after previously suffering a loss from an ectopic pregnancy.

"After what happened last time, I didn't even know if I'd even want to get pregnant again in case I had to go through that again. It sounds cliché, but it really is our little miracle. This is what I'm so excited for, to be able to tell people it is possible," Emily said.

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Recalling the moment she told him about the pregnancy, Emily added: "I was like, 'I'm not going to tell him on his birthday. I'll let him have that day for himself. I'll tell him the day after.' So the day after we were out for dinner, and, honestly, I wish I recorded his reaction because it looked like someone had seen a ghost.

"I'll say it wasn't the reaction I was hoping for. He's more of a realist, I think, because of what happened last time – he was just very sceptical, and he was just worried, I think, is what it came down to. He was just like, 'But what if it happens again?'"

Organisations including Sands and Tommy's are able to offer help and support to anyone affected by baby loss.

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