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Laura Whitmore exposed her very ample cleavage as she detailed the struggles of breastfeeding in a Mother's Day post.
The presenter, 37, who shares daughter Stevie Ré, two, with her husband Iain Stirling, 35, shared an old snap to the photosharing platform.
She wrote: 'Throwback to that time my breast pump broke the first night away from my baby and my t**s almost exploded. Happy Mother’s Day all!'
In the shot, the former Love Island host was wearing a brown bra which she had tucked a pair of breast pads into.
She was also sporting a gold necklace featuring a heart pendant and could be seen pulling an awkward expression.
'My t**s almost exploded!' Laura Whitmore exposed her very ample cleavage as she detailed the struggles of breastfeeding in a Mother's Day post
Laura shared her latest read with fans in another snap, Gill Sims' Why Mummy's Get Sloshed, featuring the slogan, 'Because the bigger the kids, the bigger the DRINK.'
Shortly after her baby's birth, Laura fuelled speculation she'd named her Stevie Ré as she shared a personalised jacket with the moniker emblazoned on the back.
The Irish star had previously uploaded a Fleetwood Mac's Stevie Nicks onesie with the singer's song Gypsy playing in the background.
And the following month, Laura only added further fuel to the fire as she reminisced over the Glastonbury Festival in years gone by, and showed off the denim jacket with the name Stevie Ré embroidered on the back.
The denim jacket featured a large badge with the phrase, 'Who run the world' and a sweet crown embroidery.
The name could be inspired by Fleetwood Mac's lead singer Stevie as sjhe and her husband Iain are big fans of the musician. Ré also appeared to be a nod to Laura's roots, as the lesser used Irish word means moon.
Despite seemingly announcing her baby's moniker, Laura failed to acknowledge the name on the jacket in the accompanying caption.
Instead, she focused on the importance of 'having fun', as she penned: 'A few years ago at Glastonbury I bought the handmade "time to dance and play" sign somewhere in the healing fields en route to Shangri La.
The presenter, 37, shared an old snap to the photosharing platform, in which she was wearing a brown bra which she had