Jeremy McConnell to do 'whatever it takes' to win back support of Stephanie Davis’ mum following her concerns over their ‘toxic’ relationship
The Irish model, who is currently dating on/off girlfriend Steph, is reportedly keen to work on the relationship with his other half’s family following a turbulent few months.
And after recent events, The Sun claim that Jez is now willing to do "whatever it takes" to make it up to Hollyoaks star Stephanie – who is the mother of his child Caben-Albi – and her family.
A source told the publication: "Pauline has never liked Jeremy. She is really concerned about his and Stephanie’s toxic relationship.
"While she’s pretty icy about the whole thing and isn’t really on talking terms with Jeremy at the moment – he’s desperate to get her back onside.
"He thinks it will only strengthen his and Stephanie’s troubled relationship if they heal their rift."
It comes after Jeremy and Steph hit back at neighbours who branded them "nightmares".
According to reports, locals are unhappy about the amount of photographers on the street – and have even taken their complaints to the 23 year old’s parents.
However, speaking exclusively to OK! Online, a source close to the couple have blasted the reports as completely untrue, explaining: "Someone is obviously trying to sabotage Jeremy and Stephs relationship.
"They never split up and are in the best place they have been in months there has been no shouting/arguments, and they have no visitors apart from family. So any talk of complaints and endless visitors are absolute rubbish."
Despite the reports, it seems as though Steph and Jeremy could not be happier, after they recently returned from a family trip to the beach.
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