Pregnant Laura Whitmore shows off her growing baby bump in behind the scenes snap from lingerie shoot

PREGNANT Laura Whitmore has revealed her growing baby bump in behind the scenes snap from lingerie shoot.

The Winter Love Island host looked radiant as she showed off her burgeoning baby bump on Instagram.

Laura embraced her growing bump as she posed in a black crop top with her pregnant belly on display.

The 35-year-old , who is expecting her first child with comedian Iain Sterling next year, threw an oversized denim jacket over her lingerie for the pic.

She wore matching black knickers for her shoot.

She slicked her hair back with a chic side parting to frame her face.

Laura wore a deep berry lipstick to pout in the picture.

She imitated a massive portrait of Rolling Stone's Keith Richards behind her, and wrote: "Don't show Keith your teeth."

The shot was a behind-the-scenes take from her first pregnancy shoot with Hunger Magazine where she modelled an array of bump-flashing looks in the sleek shots.

She and Iain announced they were having a baby on Instagram earlier this month.

The couple, who The Sun revealed had secretly married in Dublin last month, posted a picture of a Guns N Roses babygro on Instagram, with the message: "Coming 2021."

She wrote: "I want to now share good news as it’s our news to share – and I’m gonna be honest it’s starting to look like my lock down beer belly is out of control.

"Iain and I are expecting a baby early 2021. It’s been hard to keep such happy news quiet."

And while discussing her journey to motherhood, Laura told Hunger magazine that the couple found out their impending arrival's gender "quite early."

She said: "We found out [the sex] quite early because they can do a test called a Harmony test, which basically looks out for things that could be possibly wrong with your baby and I think, like most expectant parents, we were quite anxious and worried so we did that and they were like ‘do you want to find out the sex’ and it was like ‘what!?’ so we found out quite early.

"For me it wasn’t about the sex, it was just about whether the baby was OK. You constantly have that fear. I think there are a lot of things that are important to keep to yourself."

 

 

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