Look who just got a new boyfriend!! Till last months, it was all just a rumour, but a picture speaks a thousand words, and should we look at Laura’s latest pics, she indeed is in love. The Irish presenter, who once hosted MTV Europe, was spotted with musician singer Rory Williams and the new couple looked happy with each other. While the presenter was looking hot in a white bikini top, her new boyfriend too looked casual and had a camera with him as well.
If insiders are to be believed, Whitmore met the rocker while she was at the Calling festival in Clapham Common back in June and it looks like the two hit it off pretty fine. An insider had this to say to The Star magazine,
'Laura likes her musicians and Rory is the perfect match for her. He's chilled out, handsome and ridiculously talented.”
At the start of the year, Laura, age 30, was thought to have been back with her ex-boyfriend Danny O’reilly after they were seen getting intimate in the park. Also, her statement on Twitter did not reject any such speculation. But her recent photos rightly reject these speculations, with Laura happy holding Rory’s hand. The presenter, who stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches, was also rumoured to have been dating One Direction’s Niall Horan. Well, she denied any such rumours, describing Horan as “just a child”.
Born in Ireland but based in London, she is best known for presenting the popular show "I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! NOW!" on ITV2. Having made a name for herself from her stint on MTV, she has gone on to become one of the most sought after TV presenter in Britain. Whitmore competed against many contestants to become the face of MTV News in MTV Europe back in 2008. After being selected, she has gone on to host news bulletins for MTV in Ireland, the UK and pan-European MTV channels. She recently announced she was leaving the MTV show and wrote a farewell text on Instagram, posting a picture of her first day at work.
Since the start of 2011, she has been co-hosting I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! NOW!. Apart from this, she has gone on to feature in lot of other shows as a presenter. Her appearances include co-hosting the 11th Irish Film & Television Awards alongside Simon Delaney, joining the BBC Eurovision team as a commentator for the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 and working as a spokeswoman for the Because I Am a Girl charity clothing campaign.In October 2014, she launched the Misstache for Movember, campaign and in the same year, appeared in Channel 4's The Feeling Nuts Comedy Night to raise awareness of testicular cancer.