Laura Whitmore drops huge Love Island return hint amid reports show is set to be ‘biggest in history’

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Laura Whitmore has hinted that Love Island could be set to return later this year, following rumours producers are planning the “biggest show in history“.

The Love Island host, who is expecting her first child with husband Iain Stirling, shared a throwback video montage of the last series of the show.

Laura took over from the the late Caroline Flack to host the latest series of Love Island in early 2020, which took place in South Africa.

The 35 year old can be seen strutting through the Love Island villa dressed in a stunning red outfit in the clip.

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During the video she gathers the Love Island finalists, who are seen with a drink in hand in the kitchen before the clip ends.

As she shared the throwback video, Laura hinted at the popular reality show’s return in the caption.

She wrote: “I think we could all do with some Love this summer…” followed by a red heart emoji.

Fans couldn’t help but believe the post was a hint that the show will be making a comeback this summer, after producers were forced to cancel the series in 2020.


One wrote: “think this might be a hint” followed by a grinning face emoji and red heart emoji.

While another agreed as they echoed: “Oooo is this love island hint”. And a third said: “Could this mean…?”

It comes after reports that Love Island producers hope to make the show this summer for the first time in five years amid the pandemic.

A show source told Daily Star: “Everyone is keen to make this happen.”

As a consequence of the show going forward, it’s understood the bosses have had to accept the Covid-19 restrictions mean costs will increase.

The insider added: “Everyone is keen to make this happen. Strictly and Dancing on Ice have happened against the odds and they’re determined that Love Island can do the same.

“Producers are aware that international travel will still be restricted, so they are having to plan around that.

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“It is likely they will need to quarantine all contestants.

“They also think they’ll need to fly over three times as many contestants than normal in case some of them fall ill.

“And they’ll need to put them all in different hotels, which will be a big task and expensive.

“All of these measures will push up costs.

“Discussions around the budget are happening. It’s definitely going to be the biggest in show history.”

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