Pregnant Laura Whitmore jokingly likens her baby bump to a basketball as she admits she ‘can’t get her head around the magic’ her body is doing
She is currently expecting her first child, a girl, with her husband Iain Stirling.
And Laura Whitmore showcased her growing baby bump as she jokingly likened it to a basketball in a heartwarming snap she shared on Monday.
The TV presenter, 35, donned a black long-sleeved top in the photo along with a pair of matching trousers as she placed a hand on her bump.
Mother to be: Laura Whitmore showcased her growing baby bump as she jokingly likened it to a basketball in a heartwarming snap she shared on Monday
The Love Island host posted a basketball emoji alongside her bump as she posed in the kitchen.
Alongside the snap, Laura wrote: ‘Still can’t get my head around the magic my body is doing right now’.
The Irish beauty completed her look for the post by letting her blonde locks fall loose down her shoulders.
Laura and comedian husband Iain Stirling are expecting their first child together after tying the knot in a secret ceremony last November.
Changes: Alongside the snap, Laura wrote: ‘Still can’t get my head around the magic my body is doing right now’
The social media post comes after ITV’s Lorraine Kelly accidentally revealed the gender of their baby to the nation during a recent live interview.
The broadcaster, 61, let slip that the blonde is set to welcome a daughter, noting that the mother-to-be will likely want to pass advice on to her ‘baby girl’.
To which Laura, slightly taken aback, replied: ‘Well, my baby… yes,’ as she and Iain had been yet to confirm the gender of their unborn child.
The media personality has documented her pregnancy on social media and previously said she is due in ‘early 2021’.
Accident: The social media post comes after ITV’s Lorraine Kelly accidentally revealed the gender of their baby to the nation during a live interview
Last month, the former MTV star revealed she has no plans to give up working when she becomes a mother.
The model told how her mother Carmel having a child ‘out of wedlock’ in 1980s Ireland taught her ‘there’s nothing you can’t do’.
Speaking to The Telegraph, she said: ‘All my friends from school are doctors or teachers. The fact that I even thought it was possible to go off and work at MTV came from my mum because her attitude was: “If you want to, then why not?”
‘When people ask if I’m going to give up work this year because of the baby, I’m like, “Why? Mum did it in ’80s Ireland!”‘
Family: Laura and her husband Iain Stirling (pictured) tied the knot in a secret ceremony last November