Jessie J shares sweet tribute to boyfriend Chanan Safir Colman as she finally reveals his identity
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Fans of Jessie J are flooding to congratulate her boyfriend on celebrating his first Father's Day.
She initially kept it under wraps who the father of her child was, until later confirming the identity of her boyfriend with a photograph of herself and professional basketball player Chanan Safir Colman uploaded to her Instagram Story.
Jessie J has since taken to her social media to pay tribute to Colman once again and the pop star's followers have been swooning.
Jessie J posted a video compilation of images of Colman, photos of the pair together, as well as an adorable picture of him holding their newborn son.
The caption reads: "Ah f**k it. I can’t keep secreetssssss with ALL AH DIS LOVEEEE INSIDE OF MEEEE
"Happy 1st Father’s day baby. Damn it looks good on youuuu."
Fans of the 'Price Tag' singer have flocked to the post in support of the star and her family.
"'Finally living my best life', IT'S SO REALLLL. You deserve all the love and joy in the world," one Instagram user said.
Another wrote: "GORGEOUS FAMILY!!!!!!!! So happy for you superwoman! You deserve it all!"
"Yaaaaaassss! Gitttt it, you two look perfect can’t wait to see the beautiful bundle you guys brought into this world," a third added.
And a fourth resolved: "This is the definition of happiness."
Colman also took to the comments on Jessie J's post.
He wrote: "Thanks baby! And what a 1st farthers day it was [sic].
"And JEEEESH almost forgot hot you looked pregnant."
To ease your panic, Jessie J was actually referencing Denmark's Father's Day which was celebrated on Monday (5 June) as Colman is Danish-Israeli.
In a previous post to her Instagram Story, Jessie J gave fans a deeper insight into her and Colman's relationship.
She said: "I struggle to keep things private. I think if you know me you know that. I want to protect people I love and keep it for just myself... and then so often I think f**k it because life is short but i don't want to regret it.
"I met this man, weeks after my miscarriage in 2021. Like a beam of light. He lit up my dark days. It was a whirlwind love and a miracle that we fell pregnant naturally with not one issue during.
"Grateful doesn't cut it. He has given me many of the best gifts of my life."