Love Island winners Nathan Massey and Cara de la Hoyde have been left outraged after a radio host reportedly called their son a "mistake".
Nathan, 25, who won the show in 2016, took to Twitter to challenge presenter talkSPORT’s Alan Brazil over his alleged comments.
Nathan and 27-year-old Cara welcomed son Freddie-George on December 13 last year, and have been left disgusted by what the host supposedly said about their six-month old.
Writing on Twitter, Nathan said: "@ alanbrazil how dare you call my son a mistake , if u want to talk about my son and think you know everything let’s have a chat man to man live on air @ talkSPORT"
And Cara added: "Lovely thing for a mother to these after 12 hours of labour….you should be ashamed talking about a 6month baby like that hidden away behind the safety of the radio"
"Your son is beautiful," one fan assured her.
Another said: "Disgusting thing to say about a baby"
Cara recently said that she wants another baby with boyfriend Nathan as the couple – and baby Freddie – made their TOWIE debut.
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They were joined by pals Tommy Mallett, who is Freddie’s godfather, and Georgia Kousoulou in a baby shop.
Tommy enjoyed a cuddle with his godson before Nathan probed him on whether he and Georgia would have kids.
"Nah, a dog’s good for us," Georgia replied. "And he basically takes up all our time."
Meanwhile Tommy said that he didn’t think they were ready, adding: "I don’t want to put a rush on anything."
But Cara insisted that it was worth it: "I’d do it again! I’d have another one now but [Nathan] won’t let me yet."
"Nah, she’s been trying to get her claws into me," Nathan quipped. "I’m running away at the moment."
Cara exclaimed: "At least you’d get sex!"
Nathan and Cara had split before the baby was born, and had vowed to do their best to co-parent, but they’ve since reconciled.
Mirror Online has contacted talkSPORT for comment.
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