My Celebrity Life

Love Island 2021: Laura Whitmore gets a text teasing her return just in time for Casa Amor

Laura Whitmore is on her way! (Picture: ITV)

Laura Whitmore has hinted at a return to the Love Island villa as the Casa Amor bombshells are set to properly shake things up.

The 12 new islanders have already vowed to go for what they want, which could case chaos if past villas are anything to go by.

It came after fans began to wonder where the host had got to earlier this month, having reportedly spent less than 12 minutes on screen since this series began on June 28.

The TV star addressed her absence, explaining to a fan: ‘Hosting live show from London weekly, think you’d enjoy it if you watched! I’ve got great roaming package for the aul spanish texts at the mo.’

Laura, 36, usually travels back and forth to Majorca to make an appearance for re-couplings in the villa before jumping on a plane back to the UK for the spin-off show Aftersun.

Her next appearance has ben kept under wraps…until now.

Laura got a text on Aftersun (Picture: ITV)

At the end of Sunday night’s Love Island: Aftersun, the host got a ‘text’ as the islanders regularly do on the show.

It said: ‘Laura, it’s time to head to the island for Casa Amor…let the fun begin!’

This was followed a string of hashtags including #newlocationnewtemptation and #areyoudoublejabbed.

The new mum had previously revealed in an Instagram Q&A that she will back on the dating programme ‘soon’ but refused to spill more details.


Laura was in the villa for the launch episode in June but has not popped up since (Picture: ITV)

Sunday night saw a shock double dumping as newly coupled up Lucinda Strafford and Aaron Frances were voted off.

Laura and her partner Iain Stirling, who narrates the ITV2 dating show, welcomed their first child, a daughter named Stevie, in April.

She recently shared that she will be taking her baby girl with her when she jets between London and Majorca to enter the villa.

Iain, 33, is staying in London to record his voiceovers while Laura’s mum will join her in Spain to help look after the newborn when she works.

Love Island continues Monday at 9pm on ITV2.

Credit: Original article published here.

Related posts

Dancing On Ice 2022: Christopher Dean brands Brendan Cole’s opening routine ‘best first performance in 14 series’

John Turner

Strictly Come Dancing’s Giovanni Pernice addresses rumours Rose Ayling Ellis is pulling out of tour

John Turner

Dancing On Ice 2022: Judges booed over Kye Whyte’s scores after impressive BMX performance

John Turner
%d bloggers like this: