Dani Dyer reveals West Ham boyfriend Jarrod Bowen's romantic gesture calling him 'very, very fit'

DANI Dyer has revealed a very romantic gesture from boyfriend Jarrod Bowen.

The 25-year-old took to Instagram for a Q&A with her 3.4 million followers, and her relationship with the West Ham footballer quickly came up.

One fan asked: "Name three things you like about Jarrod."

Dani responded by sharing a snap of Jarrod, 25, sitting on a bed that he'd decorated with rose petals in the shape of three hearts.

She said: "Just so lovely, genuine, funny."

The Love Island winner then added: "Also very very fit."

Dani and Jarrod went Instagram official at the beginning of December, weeks after being spotted enjoying a weekend in London.

After Dani posted the first social media snap of them together, her dad Danny gave his seal of approval.

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Reposting the image, he hilariously wrote: "If Carlsberg made son in laws. @danidyer @jarrodbowen."

Dani also opened up to The Sun about their blossoming relationship.

She said: "Everything is so early days. Jarrod is a lovely guy and we’re enjoying getting to know each other."

But Dani, mum to 11-month-old son Santiago, added: "I am concentrating on being a mum and, beyond that, whatever happens, happens.”

And it's no wonder EastEnders actor Danny is such a fan, as Jarrod plays for his beloved West Ham.

Dani said: "My dad thinks Jarrod’s a lovely guy. He’s invested in all of the West Ham players – because he supports the team and follows some of them, he’s like: ‘They’re all my friends.’ I’m like: ‘Right, OK, Dad.’

“But he’s always been such a big football fan. As soon as Santi was born, the West Ham babygros were coming in from Grandad."

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