Appearing on BBC Breakfast on Wednesday, Dani was asked by hosts Jon Kay and Sally Nugent about whether she would let her three children watch her series of Love Island one day.
"I hope I come across well enough when they watch it back to be honest but it was a really positive time for me so if they want to watch it then by all means they can," she told the hosts.
The reality star won Love Island back in 2018 alongside her ex-boyfriend Jack Fincham. The couple later split in April 2019 with Dani calling the press attention surrounding the breakup "really rubbish to be honest".
Following the birth of her baby girls, Dani opened up about life as a mother of three, sharing an insight to her new family dynamic.
"It's been amazing watching Santi be a big brother, he has melted my heart in ways I couldn't imagine and he just feels like such a big boy all of a sudden," she wrote in an Instagram post.
"My heart feels so so full and so excited for our journey together as a family of 5."
She recently shared a touching tribute to her eldest child, celebrating his third birthday with a post on Instagram.
"Happy birthday to my Santi, can’t believe you are now 3, you are becoming the most funniest, clever, cheeky little boy and we all love you so so much! It’s been a big year for you becoming a big brother and you’ve been amazing," she captioned the post.
Love Island: All Stars airs at 9pm on ITV2, ITVX & STV.
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