HOLLYOAKS star Stephanie Davis has taken a huge swipe at her son's dad Jeremy McConnell – revealing that the lad calls her boyfriend Owen Warner "daddy".
The 26-year-old actress posted a video of new man Owen cuddling two-year-old Caben-Albi, with the child sweetly mouthing "daddy" at him.
The star also addressed a post to Owen, telling him: "Your an amazing daddy to Caben and we both love you so so much."
She wrote: "To think before we met we were both living different lives not knowing each other existed— is crazy. you have made me the happiest girl in the world!
"I cannot imagine my life before you, or without you. You are the kindest most beautiful person inside and out and I love every part that makes you, you. ❤️"
Sharing footage of him dancing at her nan's 80th birthday in Wales, she added: "I love you Owen and cannot wait to spend the rest of my life and more with you."
The gushing tribute concluded: "Thankyou for making me see that true love does exist and how easy it is to love you, effortless.
"Your the love of my life, Forever & Always. Stephanie ❤️."
Steph has had a remarkable turnaround from the days when she was suicidal, struggling for work and waging a battle with alcohol.
Last year she insisted she would be “dead and buried” if it wasn’t for Caben Albi, who was born in January 2017 – after she had split from Jeremy.
Jeremy and Steph began their famously turbulent romance on Celebrity Big Brother in 2016, with the relationship quickly turning toxic.
They dated for a few months following the show before breaking up, but soon after the split she announced that she was pregnant.
Jez initially questioned whether he was the dad and the pair became locked in a bitter paternity dispute.
The Irish model was found guilty of assaulting Steph after an attack she said made her fear for her life.
He was given a community order and ended up spending Christmas 2017 in jail after he breached it by flying to Turkey for a hair transplant.
Steph told OK! she no longer thinks of Jeremy, explaining: "I don’t feel anything. I used to, but now I don’t.
“A few months ago I had a turning point – I made peace with everything that’s happened in my life.
"I’m looking forward now and I’m focusing on being the best mum.”
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