THE Apprentice’s Joseph Valente has become a father for the first time – six years after winning the show.
The 31-year-old entrepreneur and his fiance Megan Clark welcomed Joseph Junior into the world over the weekend and he couldn't be prouder.
Sharing the news, alongside a series of stunning snaps of the baby boy, Joseph Senior wrote: “It’s with great pride and honour I’d like to introduce you to my son and my first born 🙏
Joseph Junior Valente, Aka JJV, Born 11:54, 7/8/2021, Weighing 8.9 pounds, Mum and baby doing very well.”
He added: “I can’t express with words how he makes me feel 😌 @bossbabyjjv.”
The star later added another picture once they arrived home and told his followers: “Just got our boy home, sitting with him for the first time on the sofa in my arms was a moment I’ll cherish for all time.
“So proud to be his Dad I’ll move mountains for this boy his destiny is written the stars @bossbabyjjv @meganclarke1x_ #bossbaby #youngentrepreneur #level100.”
Joseph announced he was set to be a dad on Valentine’s Day and also popped the question that day.
The businessman found fame when he won the reality show in 2015 and walked away with a £250,000 investment deal from Lord Alan Sugar for his plumbing business ImraGas.
In 2017 the pair parted ways on friendly terms with business mogul Sugar saying he wished Joseph all the best for the future.
Joseph said at the time: "I am so grateful for everything Lord Sugar has done for me and I could not have asked for a better partner in the early stages of my business career.
"I owe him a great deal. I am confident that with the winning business model we created together, I can continue to grow the business successfully."
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