Olivia and Alex Bowen have been photographed enjoying a night out as a couple as they walked the red carpet of the Pride of Britain Awards on Monday 24 October.
Enjoying a night off from their parenting duties to baby son Abel, who was born in June this year, the loved-up couple had massive smiles plastered across their faces as they posed for the cameras with their hands wrapped around one another.
Alex, 31, looked dapper as he donned a black suit with a matching tie and dress shoes alongside a crisp white shirt underneath. He teamed the outfit with a red poppy in his breast pocket.
Meanwhile, mum-of-one Olivia glammed up for the star-studded night in a multicoloured off-the-shoulder gown, that featured a low neckline and a cinched waist.
Olivia, 28, carried a silver sparkling handbag and accessorised the look with a silver bracelet alongside a pearl necklace and matching drop earrings.
Styling her blonde bob straight down with a middle parting, the star wore a full face of make up, including a smokey black eyeshadow, pink blush and a nude lip.
Since Abel’s birth, the pair have been open and honest with fans about their first few months as parents and as three month old Abel hits his milestones, the pair shared a look into their lives.
Taking to Instagram earlier this month, Alex shared a picture of himself and Olivia looking exhausted as they sat on the sofa in their pyjamas.
Alongside the picture he wrote: “Abel’s had his 2nd lot of injections & ain’t well, many up every half hour [crying emoji]”.
Alex, Olivia and Abel have been settling into life as a family of three, but the blonde beauty revealed that it hasn’t always been plain sailing.
Speaking to OK! she talked about Abel’s “complicated” birth and how she had to see a specialist following it.
"I have an appointment with a post-natal specialist to check my pelvic floor and lots of other parts of my wellbeing after birth," she explained.
She added: "I had a bit of a complicated birth, so getting help and advice from a professional is extremely important to me."
While she's gone to professionals for her medical health, the former Love Island star said she has relied heavily on her friends to support and give advice on becoming a parent for the first time.
She told OK! that her pals told her the "ins and outs" of going into labour and giving birth, including all the "down and dirty details" about how her breasts would change.
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