She’s been teasing the upcoming 2021 series of Love Island with short trailers over the weekend.
And Laura Whitmore continued to amp up the excitement as she shared another promo clip to Instagram on Sunday.
Almost time! Love Island’s host Laura Whitmore continued to tease fans as she shared another promo clip for the upcoming 2021 series to Instagram on Sunday
In the trailer, Laura confidently walks towards the camera, smiling as she flicks her blonde locks and removes her sunglasses.
The new mum, who welcomed a baby daughter with husband Iain Stirling earlier this year, wows in her skin-tight jumpsuit which boasts a plunging zip on the front.
As the beauty struts, several other people can be seen running past her with one man even whipping off his T-shirt.
Sharing the third video to Instagram, Laura simply asked fans: ‘You ready?’
Work it: The star, 36, looked sensational as she strutted along a London high street in a plunging red jumpsuit and aviator sunglasses
‘You ready?’: Laura has shared three exciting promo clips over the weekend, building up excitement for the show’s return this summer
Series 7 of the popular ITV2 show is thought to be kicking off on June 28th 2021, with builders recently being seen working at the Majorcan villa usually used for the show.
This year’s show also features a new tag line, ‘this is not a drill’, which has been seen in all of the teasers shared on social media so far ahead of the show finally returning after last year’s season was postponed due to the pandemic.
Laura also shared a snap from the video shoot to her Instagram page on Sunday, with the blonde beauty looked incredible as she posed next to a car.
She beamed a smile while posing up a storm in her wide-leg ensemble which she accessorised with a black belt and the all-important summer sunglasses.
Summer ready: Laura smiled as she flicked her blonde locks and removed her sunglasses
That’s the spirit: One man even whipped his T-shirt off as he ran past Laura in the short video
Beauty: She also shared a snap of herself posing in the eye-catching red jumpsuit during filming in London
In another short clip shared on Saturday, new mum Laura was seen strutting down a London high street brandishing a mallet as she heads towards a fire alarm.
The star looked ready for summer in a red ensemble and shades as she flashed a cheeky look at the camera before proceeding to smash the alarm, which reads: ‘In case of Love Island, crack on’.
While a voice, which sounds much like her husband and Love Island narrator Iain exclaiming: ‘This is not a drill!’
And a second clip shared on Saturday sees a huge red truck, fitted with sirens and megaphones, pull up on screen, with the registration: ‘LOV3’.
It’s back! It comes after Laura looked sizzling in a racy red jumpsuit as she appeared in the first look trailer for the new series on Saturday
Cracking on: Series 7 of the popular ITV2 show is thought to be kicking off on June 28th 2021
Get ready! This year’s show features a brand new tag line, ‘this is not a drill’ as the countdown finally begins following the show being postponed last year due to the pandemic
Laura was seen filming the promo in Barking, East London earlier this month, pictured riding around ion the truck holding a megaphone.
While she also sent fans wild on Saturday by sharing a snap of the Love Island alarm, alongside the tag line: ‘This is not a drill’.
Fans flooded social media to share their excitement ahead of season seven.
One fan commented on the Love Island Twitter page: ‘Not even ashamed to say I’m so excited for this . Feel like a kid at Christmas’.
Another penned: ‘Love island and the Euros returning this summer prime summer is back.’
Smashed it: The star flashed a cheeky look at the camera before proceeding to smash the alarm, which reads: ‘In case of Love Island, crack on’
Fuelling the excitement: While she also sent fans wild on Saturday by sharing a snap of the Love Island alarm, alongside the tag line: ‘This is not a drill’
A third Twitter user wrote: ‘We have got our summers back. I can’t wait for #Loveisland to return it’s been a long 16 months but it’s finally back on what is set to be the biggest and most diverse series ever. I can’t wait bring it on!!!!!’
A fourth said: ‘4 weeks until I’m off work and home for 2 month summer. Also 4 weeks until @LoveIsland starts. Not sure which I’m more buzzing for tbh’.
Elsewhere, Laura’s husband Iain, 33, shared his eager anticipation for the upcoming series, sharing a plethora of images of himself in the recording booth.
He penned: ‘Love Island has taken me to some amazing places over the years. So delighted to finally see it return!’ #loveisland #jetsetter #travel.’
Positive response: Fans flooded social media to share their excitement ahead of season seven
The narrator also shared a snap of the new Love Island promo video on his stories, writing alongside it: ‘Looking forward to be culturally significant again for a couple of weeks x.’
Meanwhile, things are certainly underway for the new series as builders were seen working at the spacious Majorcan villa used to house the stunning singletons on Thursday.
Several men appeared to be building the sprawling set as they made the most of the sunny Spanish weather and cut large pieces of wood outside while other crew members reinstated the all important day beds area.
Elsewhere, a small platform was put up by the swimming pool, suggesting that this year’s contestants could have a fresh pool-side hangout to discuss their romances.
As well as building the set, landscaping work seemed to be going on around the villa to make it look as stunning as possible with several watering cans dotted around the place for people to work on reviving the plants.
Back at it: Elsewhere, Laura’s husband Iain, 33, shared his eager anticipation for the upcoming series, sharing a plethora of images of himself in the recording booth
The voice of Love Island: Iain shared a number of snaps of himself in the recording booth during his time as narrator on the ITV2 show
Thrilled: He penned: ‘Love Island has taken me to some amazing places over the years. So delighted to finally see it return!’ #loveisland #jetsetter #travel’
ITV have yet to make an official announcement about where the dating show will be filmed, though on Wednesday, a source told The Sun: ‘Love Island bosses are determined to return to the villa this summer and have worked hard to make it happen.
‘Although they are confident the series will go ahead in the original location, there are still concerns over rules suddenly changing. However, at the moment it’s looking good.’
Signs are also on the site, according to eyewitnesses, speculating coronavirus safety measures.
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez confirmed on Friday that British holidaymakers can enter the country, which is currently on the government’s amber list, meaning the travel obstacles for the show have been lifted.
The countdown begins: The narrator also shared a snap of the new Love Island promo video on his stories, writing alongside it: ‘Looking forward to be culturally significant again for a couple of weeks x’
Almost here: The new series of Love Island is set to kick off next month, after being postponed last year due to the pandemic (pictured the 2020 winter series cast)
Contracts for this year’s Love Island did have Majorca written into them, although back-up options, such as Jersey and Cornwall, were on the table in case Covid travel restrictions meant Spain was off-limits.
Sanchez said at trade fair Fitur in Madrid: ‘I am pleased to inform you that the ministerial order will be officially published today exempting citizens from the UK from temporary restrictions on non-essential trips to Spain.
‘I can therefore announce that from next Monday the 24th of May we will be delighted to welcome all UK tourists.
‘They are welcome to enter our country without restrictions and without health requirements.’
On hold: The summer series of Love Island 2020 was cancelled after production found it ‘logistically impossible’ to organise the show as the pandemic raged on (pictured 2018 cast)
The summer series of Love Island 2020 was cancelled after production found it ‘logistically impossible’ to organise the show as the pandemic raged on.
Applicants for the next series have reportedly been told they’ll have to be free for 10 weeks abroad and undergo a psychological and physical assessment.
It was previously reported that Jersey has been secured for filming this summer if production cannot take place in the show’s usual location of Mallorca.
Sources told The Sun: ‘The Channel Islands get plenty of sunshine so it makes sense to hold Love Island there if we can’t get back to Spain.’
Party time: Applicants for the next series have reportedly been told they’ll have to be free for 10 weeks abroad and undergo a psychological and physical assessment (pictured 2019 cast)