Two former The Apprentice contestants have welcomed their first baby together.
Michaela Wain and Harrison Jones appeared on the 2017 series of the BBC show and quickly hit it off.
Shortly after the programme aired, it was revealed they had been secretly dating.
The Sun reported at the time: “There was always a connection between them but they tried to resist their urges during filming. They’re now in a fully-fledged relationship and have been spending a lot of time together.”
They added: “Michaela was keen to publicly announce their romance but Harrison was more reserved about the idea. They are smitten with each other though.”
The couple confirmed they were expecting a child together in June, shortly after Michaela revealed she had suffered 15 miscarriages before having her first son, Harrison.
Taking to Instagram to announce the special news, Michaela, 34, shared a series of adorable snaps of their newborn bundle of joy.
“My amazing grumpy face Grayson George Jones arrived 23/10/18 weighing 7lb2 he’s an absolute dream boat. I’m completely in love with him #mumandson #perfection @jones_harrison,” she wrote.
She continued: “It’s been a tough ride but I’m super happy to say Grayson George Jones arrives 23/10/18 weighing 7lb2 and looking like a heart breaker. Absolutely in love.
“And a huge big massive thank you to his amazing dad @harrisonjones89 who was the best birthing partner ever. Officially the most chilled guy on the planet #mumandson #babyboy #theapprentice #loveofmylife,” she added.
The duo are the third couple to have hit it off on the show but waited until after it had finished to make things official.
They have reportedly since gone into business together in the construction industry.
Michaela – who’s younger brother Joshua Ritchie is in a relationship with Geordie Shore star Charlotte Crosby – became one of the most talked about contestants of the 2017 series thanks to her non-nonsense attitude.
The Bolton business woman made it all the way to the final three, narrowly missing out on the chance to work for the Lord Sugar when contestants James White and Sarah Lynn were crowned joint winners.
Meanwhile, entrepreneur Harrison made it up to week eight before being fired.