Laura Whitmore opens up about juggling motherhood in sweet post with daughter


aura Whitmore has unveiled a rare picture with her baby daughter as she opened up about her experience with motherhood.

The 37-year-old Love Island presenter, who gave birth to her baby daughter in 2021, took to social media to share a sunny snap during a recent outing at a port.

The Irish star, who recently wrapped up presenting Love Island 2022, shares the one-year-old with her husband Iain Stirling.

In the two images shared on Instagram, Whitmore was all smiles as she tenderly cuddled her daughter and admired the boats docked nearby.

The mum of one opted for a short print summer dress and sunglasses for the family outing. Whitmore finished her look off with a simple bun and a summery bag.

Her daughter, dressed in a yellow summer hat and white onesie, playfully pointed at the water.

“The juggle is real… but the cuddles are the best!” Whitmore wrote alongside the adorable snaps.

The television presenter and her husband have kept their daughter, Stevie, largely away from the spot light and haven’t shared any pictures of her face on social media.

Although the mum-of-one has been relatively private about her motherhood journey, she did open up about parenting for the first time this summer.

Speaking on Good Morning Britain, Whitmore revealed in June that her priorities had changed since giving birth.

“It’s lovely. It changes your priorities a lot. If you have a fur baby, or a baby with less fur, it does change your priorities and puts everything in perspective,” she said at the time.

She also revealed at the time that while she works on the same show as her husband, who creates the Love Island voiceover, they rarely see each other while at work.

She explained: “I never see him. He works different hours than me. I see him more when we’re not working on the show.

Prior to filming the latest Love Island series, she added: “I’m not going to see him for pretty much eight weeks now.”

Just last month, the presenter also revealed that she was leaving her radio DJ role at the BBC to focus more on her television work.

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