Love Island 2021 host Laura Whitmore shared a family picture of her husband Iain Stirling and their young daughter.
The 36-year-old presenter is enjoying some family time before starting Love Island’s new series this summer.
The Instagram photo showed Laura and Iain smiling at the camera as they sat in a car seat in a park with their daughter.
What did Laura Whitmore, host of Love Island 2021, say?
Laura wrote: “Park life! I wish everyone a good week. “
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The fans loved the cute picture, and one person said, “Amazing picture!”
Another raved: “You coordinate – sweet! What a great day to have your daughter in the park. Nice little family. “
One added, “Nothing is better than finally coming out with a newborn baby. I bet it took me four times as long to get out the door. “
It now comes after Love Island released two teasers for this year’s series.
The show is slated to return this month, with new singletons in the mansion.
In the first trailer, Laura can be seen with a hammer as she walks to a box with a big red button.
It’s tagged, “In the case of Love Island, go ahead.”
A smiling Laura then presses the button as the words “This is not an exercise” appear on the screen.
In the other, a red jeep with the license plate ‘LOV3’ drives up.
Who should do Love Island this year?
This year seems to be another explosive year, with a new set of singletons ready to mingle.
Some names thrown into the mix were Holly Ramsay – the daughter of chef Gordon Ramsay – and Harley Benn, the son of professional boxer Nigel Benn.
However, Holly has previously denied that she is doing the show.
The series will also reportedly feature James Price, dentist Zack Chugg and junior doctor Toluwa Adepeju.
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Meanwhile, a source for Mail Online recently announced the start date of the series: “Crew members are scheduled to fly to Mallorca on June 20th – the series is scheduled to start a week later.”
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