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Laura Whitmore confirms she has given birth to first child: ‘We are in love’

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Laura and Iain welcomed a baby girl (Picture: Instagram)

Laura Whitmore has confirmed she has given birth to her first child.

The 35-year-old was pictured outside of her home in London yesterday, with husband Iain Stirling holding a carry cot with their baby girl inside.

Laura has since taken to Instagram to share her first picture with her little girl, posting a shot of the baby bundled up on her chest.

The Love Island host wrote: ‘Thanks for all the kind messages at this time. We are in love x.’

Fans piled in with messages of congratulations for the couple on their new arrival.

Neither Laura nor Iain has revealed their daughter’s name, or even her face, but we bet both are adorable.

Irish star Laura announced that she was pregnant back in December, and shared that she was due in early 2021 – later saying that her due date coincided with the publication of first book on March 4.

Over the past few weeks, Laura showed off her baby bump in form-fitting looks as she filmed Celebrity Juice, and didn’t announce when exactly she gave birth.

However, Stacey Dooley stood in for Laura on her BBC Radio 5 show on Sunday, so it’s expected baby Stirling is less than a week old.

Laura and Iain, 32 have been dating since 2017 after meeting through friends, and moved in together the year after.

The stars secretly got married in Dublin in 2020 and announced they had tied the knot in an Instagram post on New Year’s Day.

Both stars plan to be back at work this summer as Laura hosts and Iain narrates Love Island, which is returning after a year off.

It is currently unclear whether the ITV2 dating show will take place abroad as usual, or if it will be filmed in the UK due to coronavirus travel restrictions.

Laura confirmed she would not be giving up work to have her baby, telling the Telegraph: ‘When people ask if I’m going to give up work this year because of the baby, I’m like, “Why? Mum did it in ’80s Ireland!”’


Credit: Original article published here.

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