0 Love Island's Cally Jane Beech and Luis Morrison reveal they hit a rough patch in their relationship ahead of birth of daughter Vienna: 'We were falling apart' FORMER Love Island star Cally Jane Beech has opened up her near-split from boyfriend Luis Morrison as the pair prepared to welcome their first child together. By Alana Anderson
Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Cally Jane Beech and Luis Morrison recently welcomed their baby girl Vienna together on May 7.
But the couple, who met on the first series of Love Island, have revealed that they hit a rough patch in their relationship before the birth of their daughter.
Introducing their bundle of joy for the first time, the pair explained that Vienna fixed their relationship after a series of arguments during Cally’s pregnancy.
Love Island couple Luis Morrison and Cally Jane Beech revealed they hit a rough patch in their romance [Instagram/ Cally Jane Beech]
Speaking exclusively to OK! Magazine, Luis said: "We were falling apart, but Vienna brought us back together. We overcame it."
Cally added: "I didn’t enjoy my pregnancy at all. We were arguing about daft stuff and she was in my tummy the whole time.
"Now it’s made what happened before seem like a blur because we’ve got this little blessing. If we could have seen her then, we would have been okay."
Love Island's Cally Jane Beech and Luis Morrison get first baby scan Love Island's Cally Jane Beech with her footballer man Luis Morrison arrive at the doctor's for their first baby scan [iCelebTV]
Love Island couple Cally Jane Beech and Luis Morrison are all smiles as they head to the doctors for their first baby scan
But while the pair are now over the moon with their newborn baby girl Vienna, it wasn't the easiest labour for the loved-up reality couple.
Beautiful brunette Cally Jane spoke out on the traumatic birth of their first born – which included complications which drastically meant that she had to undergo an emergency C-Section during labour.
"I didn’t really know what was going on," Cally admitted.
"But I could tell by Luis’s face that something was seriously wrong."
Cally went on to say that what should have been a natural labour became a medical emergency – and action had to be taken to ensure the safety of their little one.
"Her heart rate dropped so I had to have an emergency Caesarean section," she added.