Laura Whitmore departs Love Island before the South African winter season

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The host wrote on Instagram: “Some news! I won’t be hosting Love Island’s upcoming season.

A post shared by Laura (@thewhitmore)

Ahead of the winter series in South Africa, LAURA WHITMORE LEAVES LOVE ISLAND Because of the structure, some aspects of the show, like the frequent trips to South Africa and my competing projects, which she found particularly challenging, cannot be adjusted.

I wish it were still possible, but I am certain that you are in good care. I just intended to stand in for Caroline for a single series, but it grew into three.

Prior to Caroline Flack’s suicide in February 2020, the host, who also hosted the After Sun spin-off series, added a memorial to the program’s late host.

In her heartfelt farewell post, Whitmore added: “I hope I did you proud Caroline.”
The TV host has restricted comments on the post, but many admirers have flooded social media with congratulations for the host.
She definitely would be proud, wrote former contestant Faye Winter in a post with a white love emoji. You did an amazing job!
You’ll be missed, a different supporter chimed in.
Great to see you on our screens.
A third commented, “Oh no, very sad. However, you excelled. Good luck on all of your future endeavors.
Fans can still watch Laura in a variety of projects, such as a true crime podcast she produces with her comedian husband Iain Stirling.

Additionally, Laura revealed that she will join the cast of 2:22 A Ghost Story in London’s West End and made a hint about her own investigative television program, “Laura Whitmore Investigates.”

A spokesman for ITV announced the following after the announcement: Laura has been a terrific host for the show’s last three seasons.

We are incredibly appreciative of all that she has contributed to the show, but we also understand and appreciate her decision. We look forward to collaborating with her on future ITV projects.

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