Love Island hosts Laura Whitmore and Iain Stirling land in Majorca before the show premieres

It’s time to officially get excited as Love Island host Laura Whitmore and showrunner Iain Stirling have landed in Spain! The comedian wrote jokes for this year’s series – with some involving one of the contestant’s very famous fathers.

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Laura Whitmore and Iain Stirling landed in Majorca ahead of Love Island to return to our screens during a long hot summer on Monday.

The Love Island host, 37, and her husband Iain, who voices the show, were pictured touching up in Palma de Mallorca getting ready to meet singles looking for the latest love.

Earlier this week, the ITV2 show revealed this year’s stars will be entering a brand new mansion in just a few days – with Michael Owen’s daughter Gemma among those expected this year.

Laura – who took over from original showrunner Caroline Flack in January 2020 – is set to oversee all of the mix and fall relationships again as presenter, in as Iain, 34, continues his reign as the daring voice-over for the dating show.

Laura Whitmore rocked a stylish outfit for a short flight to Spain


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Iain Stirling voiced Love Island who paid attention to safety when wearing a mask


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Upon arriving in Spain, the two stars – who share a young daughter – looked delighted as they packed up after flying to the country to shoot the opening scenes for the popular series.

The presenter created a stylish character in a casual ensemble featuring a beaded denim jacket and dark glasses – a smile at one point.

Iain, who has been part of the Love Island family since the show’s debut series, also donned a denim jacket for the flight to Spain – with the Scottish comedian also wearing a protective mask for journey.

Popular hosts will be commenting on everything on Love Island from next week


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Earlier this week, the father of one child revealed that he had begun writing some of his jokes for this year’s Love Island series – with former England striker Michael Owen, whose daughter Gemma is entering the villa. villa, search to get a mention on the ITV2 show.

“Me and Mark [Busk-Cowley] the people who wrote it, we are 100 million percent sending jokes back and forth to each other involving footballer Michael Owen,” humorous Iain told RadioTimes when discussing what he thought of the squad. this year.

“There’s some absolute puns in there. And then we found out that one is a fish hunter, so there’s going to be a lot of fish puns, that would be ridiculous.”

Gemma Owen is looking for love in this summer’s Spanish villa

Iain had some jokes regarding her famous soccer player father


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Former footballer Michael will likely hope he doesn’t get too much talk on the dull reality TV show, after admitting his kids’ arrival at Love Island was ‘the worst nightmare’ of the father’.

On Thursday, the BT Sports pundit, 42, spoke out for the first time since Gemma was confirmed as a contestant earlier this week, admitting that he had never watched the show but the athlete’s daughter His “reasonable” dress assured him “it’s not as bad as you think”.

The sports star trusts to ‘pamper’ her daughter during her time at the villa



The former Liverpool FC star told ITV News: “I have no doubt she would make us all proud. It’s probably a father’s worst nightmare, but whatever she wants it to be. do, you all have to support it. I’ve heard a lot about it.

“I think old, grumpy men like me will always have an opinion about it because I don’t watch it and you only listen to excerpts, but she assures me it’s not as bad as mine.” think.”

He added: “It’s a pretty big deal and whatever she wants to do, you have to support and I think I’ve given her a good enough foundation to be respected.”

* Love Island premieres on ITV2 at 9 p.m. Monday, June 6.

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