Love Island host Laura Whitmore has shared an adorable photo of her baby girl on Instagram, from behind the scenes of the ITV2 show.
The 36-year-old and her co-star husband Iain Stirling are understandably hiding their daughter's face from public view, but that doesn't stop her sharing sweet photos of the tot with fans.
Blonde beauty Laura took to Instagram with a cute photo which showed her baby sat in a baby seat with the blue skies of Majorca slightly visible in the background.
The former MTV host jetted out to the Spanish island last month ahead of the start of the new series of Love Island, taking her baby with her for the duration of her stay, of course.
In the new photo, the little girl could be seen wearing an adorable striped baby gro in white and orange, as well as some socks.
And it was the socks which were the focus of the snap, as they said on the sole: "Of course I'm cute."
Attached to the baby carrier was a much-needed fan to keep the little girl cool, while she rested on the Love Island set.
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A building with the show's logo on could be seen in the background, suggesting Laura may have been gearing up to pop into the villa – or at least the garden.
Laura's fans and celebrity friends were quick to comment on the photo, with many gushing over the cute snap.
Fellow new mum and This Morning regular Dr Zoe Williams wrote: "Love this," punctuating her message with a smiling emoji.
While Steps singer Ian H Watkins commented with two crying with laughter emojis.
One fan said: "This is adorable," alongside a heart-eye emoji.
And another told Laura: "She's really living the good life!"
Laura made her glamorous first appearance on the show's launch episode last week, heading into the villa's sprawling garden for the initial coupling up ceremony.
She recently revealed that she's actually not allowed into the villa itself due to those pesky Covid rules.
The new mum told Richard Arnold on Good Morning Britain: "Well they're all in a bubble together, so the islanders have been out there for two weeks beforehand, I feel like all of Majorca is just going to be the cast of Love Island!
"I'm not going to be in the villa at all, so everything I do will be outside the villa, or by the pool or in the fire pit. So we kind of stick to rules that way."
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