Ferne McCann speechless as mysterious secret admirer sends her extravagant gift

Ferne McCann was left speechless in Thursday's episode of First Time Mum after receiving a huge bunch of flowers from a secret admirer.

The 30-year-old returned to ITVBe on Thursday night for a new series of her reality show, which documents her life as a single mum to daughter Sunday, two.

In one scene, the former TOWIE star got a knock at her front door and, expecting it to be her sister Sophie, went to answer.

But to her surprise she was greeted by a deliveryman holding an enormous bouquet of flowers in a pretty arrangement.

Struggling to find words, Ferne said: "Oh my God, what the… Beautiful!"

Speaking to camera, she added: "I thought it was my sister at the door but it is a massive, massive bunch of flowers."

She soon started to investigate and picked up the note from the flowers, though it was seriously cryptic and gave nothing away.

The card read: "Thinking of you, love your secret admirer."

Ferne said: "I've got a secret admirer. Things like this only happen in the movies."

Soon enough, her sister Sophie did turn up – and she was equally as stunned.

She gasped: "They're, like, massive."

Ferne is thought to be single following a break-up from short-lived relationship with Albie Gibbs back in May.

She said that they had split due to the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown, with social distancing guidelines meaning they couldn't see each other.

He appeared on her show but his face was blurred and he stormed off camera not wanting his identity to be revealed while she was visiting him in New York, where he was staying for a while.

On a previous episode of First Time Mum, she described him as "the right guy at the wrong time".

However she confirmed she was looking for love, as she teased: "I think, yet again, Ferne McCann is officially back on the market."

It seems she may not be for too long though, if the extravagant gift on her doorstep is anything to go by.

Ferne McCann: First Time Mum airs Thursdays at 9pm on ITVBe

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