Laura Whitmore puts on a leggy display in plunging minidress as she hosts Love Island: Aftersun

Laura Whitmore puts on a leggy display in plunging purple minidress as she hosts Love Island: Aftersun

Laura Whitmore looked incredible on Sunday, as she prepared to host the latest episode of Love Island: Aftersun.

The TV presenter, 37, dazzled in a minidress adorned with purple and blue flowers that shimmered under the lights.

The dress boasted a plunging neckline that showed off her ample cleavage, and voluminous sleeves.

Sensational: Laura Whitmore looked incredible on Sunday, as she prepared to host the latest episode of Love Island: Aftersun

Sensational: Laura Whitmore looked incredible on Sunday, as she prepared to host the latest episode of Love Island: Aftersun

She added height to her frame with a pair of black high heels, which accentuated her long legs.

Her blonde tresses were scraped back in an elegant bun, and she opted for a dramatic smoky eyeshadow look. 

It was recently confirmed Laura would not be returning to her Sunday BBC Radio 5 show after the current season of Love Island ends in August.

BBC Radio 5 Live’s Twitter account posted that Countryfile star Helen Skelton, 39, would be taking over Laura’s slot next month.

Incredible: The TV presenter, 37, dazzled in a minidress adorned with purple and blue flowers that shimmered under the lights

Incredible: The TV presenter, 37, dazzled in a minidress adorned with purple and blue flowers that shimmered under the lights

Stylish: The dress boasted a plunging neckline that showed off her ample cleavage, and voluminous sleeves

Stylish: The dress boasted a plunging neckline that showed off her ample cleavage, and voluminous sleeves

They wrote: ‘We’ve got some exciting news… @HelenSkelton will present a new-look Sunday morning programme on BBC Radio 5 Live. 

‘The new show, from 10am to midday, launches on August 14th. Welcome Helen’. 

Laura’s self-titled programme has been running for four years and according to The Sun, she is keen to make the most of becoming a household name on TV following the exposure it’s given her.

Heidi Dawson, controller of BBC Radio 5 Live, told MailOnline: ‘Laura has made the difficult ­decision to leave after a brilliant four years. 

Departure: It was recently confirmed Laura would not be returning to her Sunday BBC Radio 5 show after the current season of Love Island ends in August

Departure: It was recently confirmed Laura would not be returning to her Sunday BBC Radio 5 show after the current season of Love Island ends in August

Announcement: BBC Radio 5 Live's Twitter account posted that Countryfile star Helen Skelton, 39, would be taking over Laura's slot next month

Announcement: BBC Radio 5 Live’s Twitter account posted that Countryfile star Helen Skelton, 39, would be taking over Laura’s slot next month

‘We’d like to thank her for the energy, insight and humour she has brought to this programme and look forward to ­working with her again in the near future.’ 

A TV insider also told The Sun: ‘Love Island has given her huge exposure and a healthy pay packet, and she’s now going to exploit that to the max. 

‘Laura has already hinted she has other projects in the pipeline and she can’t find the time to continue with all her roles.

‘So something had to go, and it’s sad for listeners that this is what’s been jettisoned as she moves onwards and upwards.’

The Irish star, who is married to and has a daughter with Love Island ­narrator Iain Stirling, launched her weekly programme in 2018.

She started fronting the hit dating show in 2020, followed by a contract from Nintendo to feature in one of their ads and a captain role on ITV2’s now-cancelled Celebrity Juice.

Exciting: The presenter is keen to make the most of becoming a household name following the exposure presenting Love Island has given her (pictured hosting the show)

Exciting: The presenter is keen to make the most of becoming a household name following the exposure presenting Love Island has given her (pictured hosting the show)

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