Love Island’s Laura Anderson announces exciting new career move

Love Island’s Laura Anderson has announced her exciting new career move.
The former reality star shared the exciting news on her Instagram on Wednesday morning.
The 34-year-old revealed that she is the new co-host of Capital FM’s morning show.

In a post shared to Instagram, Laura wrote: “📣 Good morning and welcome to Capital Breakfast with me Laura Anderson 📻”
“A pinch me moment this morning announcing my brand new position as @capitalscotland Co-host of the Number 1 Hit Music station 😱”
“My dad always said to me as a kid ‘Laura you really can talk for Scotland’ Well dad you were right! 🙌🏼”
Former Love Island star Laura Anderson at Goss.ie’s The Gossies 2023 annual awards at The Convention Centre Dublin.Picture: Brian McEvoy
“Here I am joining the incredible @fatpresenter every weekday 6-10am waking you up with the best tunes and I’m sure a lot of laughs along the way.”
“Thank goodness I’m a morning person 🙏🏼 See you Monday 😉”
In December, Laura addressed rumours that she and former partner Gary Lucy rekindled their relationship.

The pair split shortly after Laura announced she was pregnant, and they welcomed their daughter Bonnie in September.
Since becoming parents, the former couple have shared cosy snaps of them as a family on social media, leading fans to believe their romance is back on.
But in a new interview with Closer, Laura explained that they’re not back together, and are simply on “good terms.

She said: “It’s early days but I’m trying to focus on her, rather than myself.”
“I think putting your personal feelings aside and speaking to the person as a friend rather than your ex helps.
“It’s going to be a journey as she’s only a baby and this is all new to me, but I try to include Gary as much as I can. She has two parents and I want her to know that I always put her first.”