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Danny Dyer has warned his daughter to avoid having kids too young – despite welcoming her when he was just 18.
The EastEnders hardman and his wife Jo Mas, both 41, were young when they had daughter Dani , and want her to live her life before having children.
And while the actor of course doesn’t regret having Dani, 22, who won Love Island with boyfriend Jack Fincham , 26, he’s issued a stark warning to her over the strain having kids too young could put on her relationship.
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He told the Daily Star : "As much as I love Dani, and of course I’m overjoyed we had her, I would advise her to have children later on in life.
"You should live your life first. There are benefits to having kids early, but you lose a lot of your own childhood and self-discovery."
Danny said looking after his daughter was a "24-hour-a-day thing" for him and Jo, and that having a baby put "a lot of stress" on their relationship.
He added: "Sex goes out the window a little bit and you have to start earning properly, no f***ing about any more."
Danny went on to say he trusts Dani and that she’s "got her head screwed on right".
It comes after Jack and Dani, who refused to join the notorious ‘Do Bits Society’ during their time in the villa hinted they won’t have sex until they’re married.
But they also said they’ll probably tie the knot next year.
Dani told The Sun : "My nan and gramps didn’t have sex until they were married. I do not think sex keeps a relationship going."
The loved-up couple have vowed to move in together, having already spent the past two months co-habiting in the villa.
And Jack, who wants to go back to his job as a pen salesman, said he can’t wait to get home from a long day in the office to the home they share.
He said: "I want to have a place to go back to together, as long as we go back to each other at the end of the night and chill out. That’s all I wanted — that’s what I said early on. Do our normal days, go to work, do your thing and come home together.
* Love Island returns to ITV2 on Sunday for the reunion episode
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