Love Island’s Jack Keating pictured for the first time since becoming a dad | The Sun

JACK Keating has been spotted for the first time since announcing he's become a dad.

The 23-year-old last week shocked fans by sharing his baby news just months after leaving the Love Island villa.

Last night former Islander Jack was snapped out for dad Ronan's birthday celebrations.

He joined his famous father for dinner in Kensington and looked stylish in an oversized shirt, white tee and black jeans.

Jack was shielded from the rain by an umbrella held by the driver as he exited his vehicle.

Last week Jack's baby mum was revealed to be his ex-girlfriend, artist Keely Iqbal.

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The baby is thought to have been conceived one month before he entered Casa Amor and failed to find love on the ITV2 show.

Now, despite not being together, Jack has confirmed to The Sun that he and his daughter's mother are "looking forward to co-parenting".

He said in an exclusive statement: "I am delighted to announce the birth of my little girl.

"Her mother and I have decided to keep her identity private for now and we ask everyone to please respect our privacy at this time.

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"My daughter's mother and I are not together, however we look forward to co-parenting and giving our little girl the best support system that she needs.

"This is an exciting new chapter for me and my family and I am completely besotted already.

"I am so grateful for the opportunity to be a father and give my daughter the most amazing life."

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