Love Island host Laura Whitmore returned to screens as she welcomed the 2021 female islanders into the villa.

New mum Laura, 36, looked incredible as she wowed in a blue and white patterned hair and elegantly styled hair while setting up the first couples of the series.

But the Irish beauty hasn't always looked so glammed-up, as throwback snaps have shown her looking totally different with brunette hair.

Appearing as a young model when she was just 18 on The Late Late Show in Ireland, Laura looked seriously fresh-faced as she walked down the catwalk.

Laura stole the show as she dressed in a simple but sophisticated black dress and matching black heels, highlighting her long legs and toned figure.

Most notably, Laura was also rocking dark brown hair which feel into a sleek straight style around her face, a far cry from her blonde bombshell look now.

At just 18, Laura still looked fabulous as she took part in the Irish Supermodel Of The Year competition all the way back in 2003.

She made it to the final 15 on the TV competition, but eventually lost out on the title to Lorna O'Carroll, 16.

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Laura shared the snap on social media several years ago, writing: "Jaysus! Baby Laura."

Fans of the star know that she eventually made her way into TV presenting, starting off on MTV and going on to present I'm A Celebrity and now Love Island.

She has also found love through the ITV2 show, as she married the narrator Iain Stirling last year in a private ceremony in Dublin, Ireland, with only close family members there.

They also welcomed an adorable baby girl together earlier this year, with Laura sharing sweet snaps of the tot on her Instagram page, although she is yet to officially confirm her name.

The happily married couple are having to be apart this summer, as while Laura is filming the show in Majorca, Iain is doing the narration from the UK for the first time ever, due to Covid restrictions.

Love Island airs weekdays and Sunday nights at 9pm on ITV2.

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