Love Island’s Laura Whitmore has shared a very rare snap of her baby daughter with fans. The new mother is expecting her first child with her boyfriend Iain Stirling. In an emotional post, Whitmore reveals that she is looking forward to the birth of her baby. She also reveals that Jacques O’Neill has left the villa to focus on his mental health. Read on to find out more about the little girl.
Laura Whitmore shares a rare snap of her baby daughter
The Irish television moderator has shared a rare snap of her baby daughter on her Instagram story. The photo shows a tiny baby girl’s feet, and Laura captioned the image: ‘when you know…’. The new mum is still very private about the baby and has only posted one photo of her daughter, Stevie Re, before. It is believed that the new arrival will be born in March 2021.
The actress is deaf and has a tattoo on her ear, which has led to criticism of her appearance on the reality show. Despite this, Laura’s popularity has grown in recent years and the show’s producers have been making an effort to make the cast more diverse. She is also grateful for the help that she has received from A-listers such as Kate Beckinsale and Margot Robbie.
Iain Stirling and Laura Whitmore are expecting their first child together
Iain Stirling and Laura Whitmore welcomed their first child together after meeting at a TV awards ceremony in 2016. The couple has since worked together on several projects, including Love Island, which they will be returning to in January 2020. The couple met on the show when Laura was a presenter and took over from Caroline Flack, but the couple has not yet revealed the name of their child.
The couple got married in Dublin City Hall on November 11, 2008. The ceremony included 25 witnesses, including Laura’s half-brother Adam and Iain’s sister Kirsten. Laura initially kept the couple’s relationship private and even flew to the Love Island set secretly. However, once Laura was pregnant, she told a radio show that she had thought she had gotten away with it.
Love Island’s baby challenge will make a comeback
Fans are eagerly awaiting the return of the infamous baby challenge on Love Island. During the show, Islanders try to take care of a baby doll to judge their parenting skills. The baby is fed and changed with fake nappies, while the couple must make sure they are good parents. The babies are wrapped in ribbons that act as a baby monitor and different colors are chosen for aesthetic purposes.
The baby challenge will be back on Love Island this season. The popular game has already caused plenty of tears and tantrums. But the show isn’t just about crying babies and baby showers, it has also featured an iconic talent show. A live baby challenge was introduced in the last season and is a much-loved segment of the ITV dating show. During this challenge, couples must take care of a wailing baby doll for a 24-hour period. Fortunately, viewers aren’t just watching the show to see what happens, they can also tweet about it using a hashtag – #LoveIsland.
Jacques O’Neill quits the villa to focus on his mental health
Jacques O’Neill has quit the Love Island villa to focus on his mental health. The reality show contestant admitted in an interview that he had regrets about being on the show and that it had ‘broken’ him. While he’s been largely low-key since he left, he has also declined a PS60k offer to take part in Celebs Go Dating. The reason for this is unclear, but fans have speculated that Jacques may have decided to leave the villa after unaired fallouts with the other contestants.
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O’Neill’s departure from the show comes amid reports that the reality show star has a history of mental health issues. It was recently revealed that he suffers from ADHD, which affects his ability to control emotions. His sister, Gemma Owen, a former Liverpool striker, broke the news about Jacques’ condition on the show, asking fans to be gentle and understand that his actions were a reflection of his mental state.