Laura Whitmore lands in Spain with baby daughter days before Love Island’s return
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Laura Whitmore has landed in Spain with her baby daughter just days before the seventh series of Love Island is set to return to our screens.
The new mum, 36, touched down in Majorca on Thursday following the announcement the Spanish island had been moved to the UK government’s travel green list.
The new series of the ITV2 dating show finally kicks off next Monday, June 28, and it can’t come quick enough after more than 18 months off our screens.
The TV presenter was spotted leaving the airport wearing a light wash denim jacket and a pair of large oversized sunglasses and a camel face mask.
Laura, who recently shared how she hopes the show will do Caroline Flack proud, beamed as she walked through the Palma De Mallorca airport with her baby daughter strapped to her chest in a leopard print baby carrier.
Laura and husband Iain Stirling's baby daughter, whose name is yet to be revealed, didn’t appear to be fazed by her first flight as she sat in her baby carrier while her mum pushed their bags through security.
Laura had shared a selfie of herself as she boarded the flight from the UK, along with a snap of her and her daughter's Irish passports.
She also gave fans a glimpse of her Love Island-themed nails, painted in white with small red hearts adorning them.
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This comes after Laura spoke to OK! ahead of the upcoming series back in the Spanish Love Island villa.
She said: “I am so excited to be back hosting. It’s been a year where I think we all need a bit more love and fun in our lives and I think everyone is ready for Love Island to be back – myself included.
“I’m really excited about seeing the villa. I’ve never seen the villa in Majorca so I’ll probably be fangirling. It's almost like a person to me, so I need to remember that I’m there to do a job, not just to fangirl.”
The radio host is returning for her second series after she took over from her late friend Caroline Flack in 2020.
She went on to reveal that the perfect Islander for her is someone with a sense of humour.
She added: “The perfect Islander, for me, is someone funny. Someone who stirs it up a little bit. You want characters and big personalities in there. Someone who just goes for it.”
The new series of Love Island kicks off on Monday 28 June at 9pm.
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