DERMOT O’Leary and his wife Dee Koppang looked blissfully happy as they were seen taking their baby boy Kasper out for a stroll in London.
The delighted parents welcomed their son to the world on 23rd June and have been in a permanent state of happiness since, with the presenter describing it as a “lovely foggy period of sleepless love”.
Walking down the road the couple looked relaxed and chic with Dee, 41, in a black smock dress and wicker handbag, and Dermot in a pale blue shirt and dark blue chinos.
Dee and Dermot, 47, both wore sunglasses – perhaps to hide their tired eyes – as they strolled through London.
The former X Factor host recently spoke about dealing with sleepless nights since becoming a dad.
Speaking on his BBC 2 radio show, Dermot gushed about life as a father during a chat with his guest James Bay.
When James asked the radio host how it was going, Dermot replied: "Oh he is brilliant, we are having a great time. That sort of lovely foggy period of sleepless love. Just wake up and go 'hey, this guy'.
"Every now and again you hear noises and think, 'what is that noise?' and then you're like, 'oh that is my son. Is that a cat? No, that's our child'," he joked.
Last week it was revealed that Dermot will be hosting ITV’s This Morning over the summer, alongside regulars Rochelle Humes, 31, and Alison Hammond, 45, in place of usual hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield.
The former Big Brother host will join fashion expert Rochelle on the sofa on Fridays show, and will present alongside Alison for another.
Rochelle, 31, will have another presenting partner in the form of former Strictly winner Ore Oduba and they will present another Friday show, and will also present alongside Alison..
The Friday dates will cover the rest of this month and August, while Ruth Langsford, 60, and Eamonn Holmes will grace our screens from Monday to Thursday.
The popular daytime show has reached record viewing figures as at least 10 million people watched during the first week of lockdown, its highest consolidated figure ever.
Martin Frizell, the show's editor said: “We’ve been inundated with viewers’ positive feedback throughout lockdown on how This Morning has provided a much-needed comfort blanket.”
Eamonn, 60, hoped This Morning would be able to continue providing entertainment and "a sense of normality" to viewers.
He said: “It’s set to be a very different summer for us all, so we hope that here on This Morning we can continue to provide some sense of normality, and lots of craziness of course.”
While Ruth added: “Like many viewers I’ve finally had my hair done – hurrah – and am ready to face the summer.”
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