Jeremy McConnell ‘meets his baby son for the first time after reunion with Stephanie Davis’

Jeremy McConnell has reportedly met his baby son, Caben-Albi, for the first time after visiting ex-girlfriend Stephanie Davis for a secret reunion in Liverpool over the weekend.

Jeremy McConnell and Stephanie Davis has been reunited for the first time since their fallout (Copyright: Palace Lee/REX/Shutterstock)

The Irish model, 27, is believed to have flown to the North West, shortly after receiving his positive paternity results, to give him the opportunity to meet his four-week-old tot and spend time with his baby mama Steph.

A source said: “It was an emotional reunion between him and Stephanie but close pals were glad to see the pair finally putting their past behind him.

“Caben is well and truly their priority now – nothing else matters other than the health and happiness of the baby,” the insider added to The Sun.

The pair found love in the Celebrity Big Brother house (Copyright: REX/Shutterstock)

The couple, who had an on-off relationship for four months after meeting on Celebrity Big Brother in 2016, appeared to end their long-running feud last week, with both of them making an effort to “rebuild a civilised relationship.”

This comes after Jeremy confirmed Caben-Albi was his son by posting an Instagram picture of the baby boy, alongside the caption: “Happiest man alive, my new focus.”

In true millennial fashion, they also re-followed each other on Twitter and Instagram this week, with all traces of their fallout removed from social media as they continue to work on repairing their fractured relationship.

CONFIRMED: Jeremy revealed he is Caben-Albi’s father in sweet social media post (Copyright: Instagram/Jeremy McConnell)

“They’re trying to rebuild a civilised relationship for the sake of Caben – they both knew that the situation had to change for things to move forward,” a source revealed.

“It’s going to be a slow process but they’re gradually heading in the right direction.”

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