Laura Whitmore has shared a look back on her South African vacation with Iain Stirling, compared to the couple sunbathing in their backyard amid the coronavirus ending.
Love Island’s 34-year-old presenter showed her limber physique as she sat poolside in a patterned multi-colored bikini holding her hand in the air.
The TV presenter also wore sunglasses and molded her blonde locks into an updo as she posed next to Iain, 32, for scenic countryside views.
Memories: Laura Whitmore shared a moment of her South African vacation with Iain Stirling, comparing it to the couple sunbathing in their backyard amid the corona virus ending
Laura also uploaded a snapshot of the couple relaxing in their backyard while isolating themselves together in their London home.
She encouraged people to stay at home and wrote next to the post: ‘Same Same .. but different #stayathome’.
Laura also took to Instagram Stories, sharing even more pictures of her and Iain enjoying the sun with her dog Mick.
It comes after MailOnline has exclusively revealed that bosses at ITV are eager to continue the Love Island summer series despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Chillng: Laura has also uploaded a snapshot of the couple relaxing in their backyard while isolating themselves together in their London home
The Covid-19 outbreak has wreaked havoc on their entertainment industry, with many festivals and music performances canceled as a precaution.
For films, the release date has shifted and production has stopped, while TV shows have also been postponed as a result.
There were concerns that Love Island would be forced to cancel its summer series due to filming overseas in Majorca, but sources say the Love Island team is committed to ensuring that it doesn’t happen.
The team is still committed to the series airing this summer. The show continues, “said a TV source.
Bound Home: The couple spends all their time together amid the ongoing shutdown
Lunch: Laura shared several other snaps of the couple enjoying the sun with her dog Mick
Love Island production has been told the upcoming series will still take place, but the show will launch a month later in July.
“All the usual preparations continue. Potential islanders are still being approached as it may take weeks to recruit the right cast.
Bosses are desperate for the show to remain in viewers’ hearts after the winter series was saddened by the tragic death of Caroline Flack.
The final decisions will be made closer to time, but for the time being they are all systems. ‘
Love Island host Caroline Flack committed suicide in February, while the winter series was still on air.
Is she coming back? Laura has said she has ‘not yet thought about’ returning to Love Island for the summer series despite reports that she had made a £ 1 million deal with ITV
The show paid tribute to Caroline after her death and once again honored the star, who died at the age of 40, during the finale with Laura airing the tribute live.
She was praised for her presentation given the circumstances, and it was reported that Laura had made a £ 1 million deal to return to Love Island for the summer series.
Laura has said, however, that it is “too early” to think about returning to Love Island.
To talk with Grazia, Laura revealed, “Honestly, I haven’t even thought about the next series.”
Heartbreaking: Laura’s close friend and Love Island host Caroline Flack committed suicide in February (pictured together at the 2018 GQ Men of the Year Awards above)
She said, “I really enjoyed doing series six, but it was very difficult. It had tremendous highs, tremendous lows.
“For many people who have cooperated [Love Island] we all need a little time off the show to just think and take care of ourselves and ourselves.
The Love Island winter series was won by Paige Turley and friend Finley Tapp.
Laura had been a last-minute replacement to Caroline, having resigned her duties as a Love Island host star last year, after being arrested for allegedly abusive boyfriend Lewis Burton.
Lewis chose not to file charges, but the prosecution made the decision to continue Caroline’s trial.
Champs: Love Island’s first winter series was won by Paige Turley and Finley Tapp (pictured above with host Laura)