Love Island presenter Laura Whitmore showed off their growing daughter in a rare snap on Instagram – and followers were in awe
Laura Whitmore has shared a glimpse of her baby daughter Stevie in a very rare snap.
The presenter, who shares her little one with husband Iain Stirling, gave birth earlier this year and the private couple have kept their child out of the spotlight.
But on Thursday, the mum-of-one gushed over her little family on Instagram.
Sharing a photo of her daughter wearing a woolly hat, she wrote: “My team [heart emoji]. #hatweather.”
Laura’s tiny baby was sat in between Iain’s legs and she appeared to be playing with her caterpillar toy.
Her face was shielded from view as she sat with her back towards the camera.
Fans of Laura and Iain were left in awe over the adorable snap, with many commenting below.
“Cuteness overload,” one person wrote.
A second gushed: “How adorable xx and that team is all you need lovely lady xx”
And a third added: “Aweee so cute love the hat!”
Laura and Iain appear to be winding down after having a busy summer working in Majorca for the latest series of Love Island.
The Irish TV star presents the show, while her husband is known for being the famous voice of the series.
It appears their daughter Stevie joined them abroad as she shared a couple of images with her Instagram followers to let them know that she was boarding a flight with her little one in tow.
In the second picture, Laura revealed that her baby girl, who was just three months old at the time, was set to become an international traveller for the first time by sharing a close up snap of their passports.
Both the travel documents were written in Irish and English. Ireland is still part of the European Union.
Even though baby Stevie was born in the UK, she can claim Irish nationality through her mother, and will also be eligible for a UK passport because her father is Scottish.
Laura captioned the images, “Girls’ Trip”.
Laura and Iain married in Dublin late last year and Laura gave birth to baby Stevie in late March.
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