LAURA Whitmore has repurposed a cheeky set of knickers with a whole new meaning as she gets ready to welcome her first child.
The 35-year-old Love Island presenter showed off her growing bump in mirror selfie while wearing underwear that read, “coming soon”.
Laura captioned the Instagram post: “COMING SOON… only really started taking pics of bump in third trimester.
“It’s such a personal time. One thing I’ve been told is to take pictures or I’ll regret not having the memories of the journey.
“Takes a while to get your head around the body changes.”
She added: “Woke up and realised I was wearing my old pants from @thehappyvagina and think they have a VERY different meaning now…”
Many of her 1.3mil Instagram followers flocked to tell the Irish presenter she looked, “stunning”.
One Instagram user wrote: “The most beautiful 😍 you’re so inspiring Laura! so excited for you to enter this next chapter of your life.”
Another added: “So beautiful!”
And a third said: “The most beautiful bump.”
Laura’s baby daddy is her Love Island colleague, Iain Stirling
The couple, who are host and voiceover man on the ITV’s hit show, got hitched in Dublin in November, The Sun revealed last month.
Earlier this year, the 35-year-old presenter shared a picture of the couple at the lavishly decorated Dublin City Hall in her native Ireland in an all-white trouser suit, clutching a bouquet of flowers.
Laura and Iain revealed last month that they are expecting their first child, posting a picture of a Guns N Roses babygro on Instagram.
She wrote: “I want to now share good news as it’s our news to share – and I’m gonna be honest it’s starting to look like my lock down beer belly is out of control.
“Iain and I are expecting a baby early 2021. It’s been hard to keep such happy news quiet.
“Especially the times when I’ve had to run out of live radio to get sick in a bin or my penchant for a bowl of mashed potato in the morning.”
Along with welcoming their first child, Laura and Iain are set for a big work year as Love Island bosses are determined to make its 2021 comeback the biggest in the show’s history and no expense will be spared, according to reports.
The hit ITV2 reality series was postponed last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the success of I’m A Celebrity and Strictly in the face of restrictions has inspired show chiefs.
Speaking to the Star, an insider said: “Strictly and Dancing on Ice have happened against the odds and they’re determined that Love Island can do the same.
“They also think they’ll need to fly over three times as many contestants than normal in case some of them fall ill.
“Discussions around the budget are happening. It’s definitely going to be the biggest in show history.”
The Sun exclusively revealed overnight that 100,000 people have applied for this summer’s show.
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