There's been an unexpected change in Steph's life

Stephanie Davis had a hell of a lot of material when she started working on her autobiography last year, what with her shock pregnancy and her tumultuous relationship with Jeremy McConnell.

Now though the 23-year-old has made amends with Jez following the birth of their son Caben and it seems to have caused a bit of a headache for the book publishers.


Stephanie Davis faces backlash over rekindled Jeremy McConnell relationship

Apparently Steph’s explosive tome is having to suddenly be rewritten to reflect her changing feelings towards Jeremy, 27, meaning the ghost writer she’s been working with has got to rework the final chapter.

‘Jeremy and Steph are on great terms now so bosses at Ebury Publishing want the book to reflect that,’ a source says.

‘They are still going ahead with the release but the last chapter has been rewritten.

‘Management want to see the ghost written copy completed within the next couple of weeks.’

Eek! Despite the change in content it sounds like Steph’s book – which she’s been working on for several months – will still be very juicy.

‘Steph announced the book at the end of 2016 and was working with a ghost writer throughout her pregnancy,’ the insider tells the Daily Star. ‘It is set to be as explosive as ever and detail the troubled romance of her and Jeremy.’

The rewrite comes after Steph unexpectedly decided to bury the hatchet with Jez, 27, following months of being on bad terms.

Jeremy was sceptical about whether the baby was his throughout Steph’s pregnancy and was then slated by Steph when he publicly underwent a DNA test live on This Morning earlier this month.

Just days later they looked to have made amends though, with Jez announcing he was the ‘happiest man alive’ after discovering he was little Caben’s father.

The formerly warring pair have since been seen taking their son out together in Steph’s home city of Liverpool and it’s thought that Jez is even planning on setting up home there to be near his new family.

Looks like this really is the start of a new chapter for Steremy – both in and out the book!