Pregnant Laura Whitmore admits that she’will not give up work’ when she becomes a mother.

Pregnant Love Island host Laura Whitmore said she wouldn’t quit her job if she became a mom

This fabulous 35-year-old TV presenter will be giving birth in the coming weeks and will have their first child with husband Iain Stirling.

There seems to be no sign of stopping a successful presenter, and now she said she will continue to work when the baby comes.

Love Island host Laura Whitmore said she would not quit her job if she became a mother.

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In an interview with The Telegraph, she said: “All my schoolmates are doctors or teachers. The fact that she even thought it was possible to go out and work at MTV is that her attitude is “if you want, why not?

“When people ask if they are going to quit work because of a baby this year, “Why? My mom did it in Ireland in the 80s!”

Laura and Iain, 33, are currently waiting for the arrival of their unborn son or daughter, and Iain appears to be using direct tactics to communicate with their children.

Laura Whitmore showed support for the cause in her Instagram feed.
Laura kept fans up to date on her pregnancy journey.

In a video posted on Laura’s Instagram page, Love Island voiceover star Iain is seen kissing Laura’s bare feet before moving.

Iain, who will become an excited dad, looks up at Laura filming him and asks, “Are you pushing or me?”

Then she leans over to blow the raspberries on Laura’s bare skin, lovingly grasping them with both hands and trying to feel the movement. Laura, who will become a mother, suggests: “Usually they sing to the baby.”

Iain, who would become an excited dad, blew raspberries on Laura’s bare skin.

Iain started singing to the baby.

Caroline Flack Tribute by Laura Whitmore

Iain begins singing Baccara’s Yes Sir, I Can Boogie with a treble, puts her lips on Laura’s bumps and keeps holding them, blowing raspberries in between.

In her heartfelt homage to Caroline Flack on her recent death anniversary, Laura can hear laughter, and Iain continues to sing and listens to her to see if the unborn baby reacts by kicking or moving.

Love Island host Laura announced that she and Iain are expecting their first child with a sweet Instagram snap in December.

Laura announced that she and Iain will give birth to their first child in December.

When Laura posted a photo of her little Guns and Roses baby growth, she wrote in the caption: “So I always tried to protect the personal aspects of my life. Lots of things are just for me and my loved ones and we decided not to share it publicly.

“But now, it’s news to share, so I want to share the good news. To be honest, my beer belly started to look out of control.

“Iain and I are expecting a baby in early 2021. It was difficult to keep those happy news quiet.”