Laura Whitmore, one of our most successful exports, reveals that there may be mini versions of her on the horizon.
The 32-year-old has had an extremely successful run of TV presenting gigs and last year turned her hand to theatre, touring with Not Dead Enough.
The Bray gal opened up to the Daily Mail about how she has delayed having children to prioritise her career.
“I definitely want a family. At my age now, I’m in my early thirties, a lot of my friends are getting married, having kids…”
She is currently enjoying herself in the African Savannah ahead of her new ITV2 show, Survival of the Fittest.
The presenter spoke sweetly about how nice it is to have a partner, Ian Sterling, who understands the pressures that come with her line of work.
“I’m very lucky to be with someone who understands the industry I’m in.”
She also spoke about sexism and the discrimination that she has faced throughout her career.
“There’s that thing with women in television. I think it’s changing a little bit more now but we’ll get judged on how we look or who we’re going out with, more so than men would.”
The former I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here presenter began her career in Newstalk before being snapped up by MTV and soaring to the top of the pile of the best presenters in British Broadcasting.
We can watch her latest project, Survival of the Fittest, on ITV2 from Saturday the 11th of February.