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Jack Fincham names pet fish after Dani Dyer's mum

Jack Fincham has named a fish after Dani Dyer’s mum Joanne.

 Dani Dyer x In The Style Launch Party at Libertine, Winsley Street, London [WENN.com]

Jack and Dani’s romance has carried on since they left the Love Island villa in the summer, where they came first and scooped the £50,000 prize fund.
Interest in the pair hasn’t waned, and they’re now in the process of filming their own reality show, as well looking after their new pet fish.
“I wasn’t really excited about the whole idea of fish tanks,” Dani laughed to Heat magazine. “I thought we were getting a bowl but it’s a big tank. But he’ll be cleaning that fish tank. If I’m doing the washing and ironing, he’s putting his hand in that water.
“Jack gets on with everyone. He told my mum he’s named a fish after her. What a lovely compliment. She rang me and was like, ‘I don’t want a fish named after me!’ He loves my family and they love him – they really believe in him and I love that. My nan adores him.”
It was announced earlier this week that Dani’s actor dad Danny Dyer won’t be appearing in her upcoming show.
While fans thought cameras would be following her whole family around, Dani, who recently launched her own clothing line, explained that it will just be centred on her and former stationery salesman Jack.
“It’s going really well,” she said of the new project. “It is difficult I’m not gonna lie – especially when you’re tired – but it is really exciting. My family are involved, but there was a massive thing that my dad got on the show with us. No. He doesn’t want the Kardashian lifestyle. We won’t be like that. We don’t live that glam life!”

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