Jesy Nelson ‘fuming’ baby chat with Chris Hughes hasn’t been cut from his show

Little Mix star Jesy Nelson is not happy ahead of her Love Island ex Chris Hughes ' new BBC documentary, according to reports.

Jesy, 29, is reportedly fuming after producers decided to keep scenes of her in the documentary, including a chat between the exes about having kids together before their split.

The pair called it quits at the start of lockdown, shocking their fans as they had both been candid about their plans to get married and settle down together.

A source close to Jesy has told OK! magazine that Jesy, who is dating Our Girl actor Sean Sagar, is not happy about still being included in the show.

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They said: "In the doc Jesy says how much she loves Chris and can't wait to have kids with him, but then a few weeks later dumped him.

"Now Jesy is understandably worried about how the public are going to perceive her as it looks like she was genuine about her feelings towards Chris.

"Jesy is also fuming that she hasn't been edited out of the program. It could have been so easy for producers to just take her out as much as possible but they haven’t done that."

Chris' programme Me, My Brother and Our Balls will explore the subject of male fertility, and will feature his brother Ben.

In scenes set to air, Chris is seen picking up the phone after receiving good news from his doctor.

He says: "I've just got to tell her the good news, it's been a worry for us both."

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Chris then tells her: "Oh Jessica, I have a lot of sperm and they're very, very active. I'm really happy."

Jesy replies: "Yay! So we can have lots of babies?"

Chris jokes: "I think we can probably have three or four."

The Love Island star has defended keeping Jesy in the show, telling MailOnline: "he beauty of Jesy being in the documentary is that it showcases a conversation that couples have. It's very relatable.

"It's just one of those things really. It's great for the documentary because it's real life isn't it? It was essentially a moment.

"We were having those conversations at the time – I guess it's just that really."

Me, My Brother and Our Balls will be released on BBC Three on September 30.

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