Hollyoaks’ Malik Thompson-Dwyer welcomes daughter!


Hollyoaks’ Malik Thompson-Dwyer welcomes daughter! The actor became a dad for the second time by sharing cute photos and revealing the baby’s name

Hollyoaks’ Malik Thompson-Dwyer has welcomed a daughter, he revealed on Instagram on Friday.

The 24-year-old actor, who first became a father as a teenager, shared the happy news alongside some adorable photos of the baby.

Malik and his mystery girlfriend have announced that they have chosen to name their bundle of joy Milan Thompson-Dwyer.

Happy news: Hollyoaks' Malik Thompson-Dwyer, 24, has welcomed a daughter with her mystery girlfriend, he revealed on Instagram on Friday

Happy news: Hollyoaks’ Malik Thompson-Dwyer, 24, has welcomed a daughter with her mystery girlfriend, he revealed on Instagram on Friday

Along with the cute photos, he wrote: “22-09-22 Milan Thompson-Dwyer is born” and a red heart emoji.

Malik revealed his girlfriend was pregnant last month as he posed for a picture with a brunette who was seen hiding her face.

The post is captioned: “No one has ever loved me like you love me, so I have you for life. You will be the best mother.

He welcomed his first child — who he only refers to as his “princess” on social media — in 2017. The girl’s mother is unknown.

Sweet: The actor, who became a father for the first time as a teenager, shared the happy news along with some adorable pictures of the baby

Sweet: The actor, who became a father for the first time as a teenager, shared the happy news along with some adorable pictures of the baby

Welcome!  Malik and his girlfriend announced that they have chosen to name their bundle of joy Milan Thompson-Dwyer

Welcome! Malik and his girlfriend announced that they have chosen to name their bundle of joy Milan Thompson-Dwyer

Malik reprized his role as Prince McQueen in December 2021 after first leaving the show in 2019, which comes after the backlash he received in June when he attended an illegal rave while in solitary confinement.

Malick’s character, Prince, left the village to travel the world in 2019 after being distraught following the death of wife Lily from sepsis.

After leaving the soap, Malik embarked on a career in reality television and starred in shows such as Celebs Go Dating, Celebs On The Farm and Celebs Ex in the City.

It comes after the actor faced a backlash for attending an illegal rave in Daisy Nook Park, Failsworth, in June last year.

Proud papa: He welcomed his first child – who he only refers to as his ‘princess’ on social media – in 2017. It is not known who the girl’s mother is

The soap star filmed the quarantine rave, which was attended by 2,000 people and saw a 20-year-old man die of a suspected drug overdose.

He then posted a now-deleted video from his bedroom in which he said: “Yo, I came here to give a short message.

“First, I apologize to anyone I may have offended, but let me make one thing clear.

“I have family members who have actually died from this coronavirus. So I’m in it too. So don’t make me look like I’m not into it either.

Drama: Malik reprized his role as Prince McQueen in December 2021 after first leaving the show in 2019 following backlash when he attended an illegal rave while in solitary confinement

Drama: Malik reprized his role as Prince McQueen in December 2021 after first leaving the show in 2019 following backlash when he attended an illegal rave while in solitary confinement

“But it’s funny how everyone never talks positively about me. It’s always a bad boy Malik.

“They never want to say anything positive and it’s funny because at least I’m not over there pissing on the war memorials. Racist assholes.

The previous day, Malik shared clips of his stories while walking through the woods at the rave.

He could be heard saying: “There’s a rave going on, can you hear the music?”

A spokesman for the actor declined to comment to MailOnline at the time.

Illegal rave: Soap star filmed at quarantine rave attended by 2,000 people

Illegal rave: Soap star filmed at quarantine rave attended by 2,000 people

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