Laura Whitmore spent time playing in the snow with her baby daughter Stevie Ré this week.
With most of the UK covered in a plush layer of crunchy white stuff, the 37 year old TV presenter (who left her Love Island job this August after three series) made the most of her day off yesterday, taking the wrapped-up one year old out into their back garden.
"Snow day!!!" she captioned two sweet Instagram photos, including one of little Stevie investigating the snowy cover.
"Gorgeous photos," commented a fan, while two more added: "Beautiful and lovely pictures" and "So cute".
"Gorgeous pic Laura have fun in the snow. Build a snowman," "Cuties" and "Gorgeous photo x," read another three responses.
The Irish star also gave her social media followers a peek behind the scenes at Stevie decorating the Christmas tree earlier this month.
Sampling from a classic Christmas track, Laura wrote as the caption: "It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. It’s a tradition to collect Christmas decorations from all the cities I travel to. This year we had help putting them up!"
Donning a selection of festive outfits, the toddler happily placed some baubles onto the branches while her mum and dad Iain Stirling supervised.
As the next series of winter Love Island approaches, which is to be fronted by Maya Jama, here's how Laura announced her exit: "Some news! I won’t be hosting the next series of Love Island.
"There are certain elements of the show I’ve found very difficult that cannot be changed some due to the format, including the flying back and forth to South Africa along with my new conflicting projects."
She went on to pay tribute to her late friend Caroline Flack, who presented the show for five years prior to her death in February 2020.
"I wish it was still possible but know you’ll be in safe hands. I was only planning to fill in for Caroline for a series and it turned into 3 series. I hope I did you proud Caroline."
In light of 28 year old Maya's appointment, OK! columnist Judi Love shared some words of encouragment ahead of her debut.
"Huge congratulations to Maya Jama for landing the spot of Love Island host," she wrote in October. "This is such an incredible career move for her, and I have no doubt she’ll take to it like a duck to water. She’ll strut into that villa and put the boys in their place!
"I’d like to wish the previous host, Laura Whitmore, all the best in the next step of her career, and I’m sure she’ll pass some words of wisdom on to Maya.
"I bet Love Island’s original host, the late Caroline Flack, would be extremely proud of what both Laura and Maya have done for the show since she passed away. Good luck, Maya!"
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