Stephanie Davis is convinced she and Jeremy McConnell will be "happy again" once he's completed his six-week stint in rehab for drug and alcohol addiction.
The 24-year-old actress has vowed to stand by her man - who she rekindled her romance with earlier this year following the birth of their three-month-old son Caben - while he's receiving treatment for his demons and has asked him to move in with her in Liverpool when he's released so she can help keep him on the straight and narrow.
A source told Closer magazine: "Steph believes all the problems in their relationship were down to Jeremy's drinking and drug-taking. She's convinced that once he gets professional help, they'll be able to be happy again.
"As soon as Jeremy leaves rehab, she wants him to move to Liverpool where she can keep a close eye on him and make sure he doesn't slip back into old habits."
And, although their relationship still needs a lot of work, the former 'Hollyoaks' star thinks she'll get her "fairy tale" ending one day and wants to wed the Irish heartthrob.
The insider explained: "After everything they've been through, Steph is dreaming of a fairy-tale ending and that includes getting married. She believes a wedding would mark a fresh start and be the perfect chance to put the past behind them."
The currently-on couple struck up a relationship last January after they met and fell in love while competing on 'Celebrity Big Brother' but things came crashing down just five months later when the brunette beauty found out Jeremy had cheated.
She then found out a few weeks later - after their split - that she was pregnant.
The 27-year-old heartthrob spent Stephanie's pregnancy denying that Caben was his but discovered - via a paternity test - four weeks after his birth that the little one does belong to him and he agreed to step up to the mark for his innocent child.
After getting back in contact and spending more time together, the pair decided to give their romance another go but they split up yet again just a few weeks ago.
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