Laura Whitmore has shared a rare photo of her daughter with husband Iain Stirling to Instagram.

The presenter gave birth to her first child earlier this year, but so far the couple have kept their new family fairly private.

However, Laura gushed over her baby girl, who is believed to be called Stevie, in the new snap, which shows her daughter sitting between dad Iain's legs, wearing a sweet knitted bear hat and playing with a caterpillar toy.

Laura captioned the image: "My team [heart emoji]. #hatweather."

Fans gushed over the adorable image of the baby girl, who was born in March 2021.

"Lovin your 'natural' legs! #noshame#noshave ", one commenter joked, while another added: "Those toes!! Babies feet are just the cutest".

Another person wrote: "Getting so big. Enjoy all the cuteness!"

Laura and Iain have recently wrapped up a busy summer filming Love Island in Mallorca. Laura presents the show while comedian Iain acts as the voice of the series.

The couple have decided to keep most of the details of their new family private and did not initially reveal their daughter's name.

However, when the 36-year-old took to Instagram earlier this year to share some of her favourite Glastonbury memories, she seemed to confirm that the baby's name is Stevie Ré.

One photo featured a tiny denim jacket with the name Stevie Ré written on the back, with a nod to Laura’s Irish roots.

Ré is the Irish word for ‘moon’, with the name Stevie thought to be a nod to Fleetwood Mac singer Stevie Nicks.

Meanwhile, Laura also wrote about her daughter in her book, 'No-One Can Change Your Life Except You'.

Towards the end of the book, she wrote: "As I finish this book, it doesn't end at chapter nine, there's a new chapter coming into my life – in the form of a baby girl currently growing inside me and that scares the s**t out of me.

"I once swallowed a bug and freaked out there was a live bug inside me. A live human is a whole new level of freaking out but I am excited because there's a lot of good in the world, there's a lot of potential.

"I want to bring up my child knowing that she has her own story to write."

She added: "She will be supported and loved. But she is the heroine of her own life, no-one else."

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