Laura Whitmore and Iain Stirling have celebrated their first anniversary together, with the presenter sharing the sweetest video to mark the occasion.
The pair have been together since 2017 and tied the knot last year in an intimate ceremony.
Sharing a video from the big day, the couple can be seen sharing a sweet moment as they dance together before Iain, 33, gives his new wife a kiss.
Laura, 36, simply captioned the video: ’11/11 ❤️’.
The couple have kept lots of details about their big day private, but it’s thought that they married at Dublin’s City Hall, in a Humanist ceremony with sources revealing the small affair was ‘such a romantic day’.
Laura’s brother Adam and Iain’s sister Kirsten acted as witnesses for the couple, according to the pair’s marriage certificate obtained by The Sun.
‘Iain and Laura are so in love, they really wanted to get married as soon as possible,’ insiders told the publication at the time.
‘Despite circumstances not being being ideal, it was such a romantic day.’
Laura and Iain became parents for the first time earlier this year, sharing news of their daughter’s arrival on Instagram in April.
Speaking about her journey into motherhood, the Love Island host confessed she feels ‘guilty’ for feeling good.
‘I’ve been told I won’t be able to leave the house and should feel s**t,’ the new mum said on Instagram. ‘But I actually feel the best I’ve felt ever and the happiest I’ve ever been in my entire life. And maybe feel a bit guilty for feeling good as I’ve been told I shouldn’t.
‘But I’ve created something incredible. I had a positive natural birth with thankfully no complications and a baby that LOVES the boob (and jaysus those boobs are looking good!) also a supportive partner who loves changing dirty nappies (well at least he does them anyway!)
‘I am lucky that’s my truth at the moment – I’m sure there will be tougher days. But you should never compare yourself to anyone else as your journey is specific to you.
‘Stop comparing bodies and situations. My body is not here for your comparison so please don’t judge it. Support other women, it doesn’t knock you – in fact it empowers you. Just a thought.’
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