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LOVE Island host Laura Whitmore has been spotted taking a break from filming on ITV2 to head to Glastonbury Festival.

The TV star has been celebrating her belated hen party after she and Iain Stirling were wed back in 2020 during the coronavirus pandemic.

Laura showed off her hair before heading to GlastonburyCredit: instagram
She took a helicopter ride to the festivalCredit: instagram

Laura, 37, took to Instagram to document her glamorous day as she was flown by helicopter to the music festival in Pilton, Somerset.

She showed off her stunning "GlastHENbury" look in the series of snaps as she was joined by her closest pals back in the UK.

Laura had been filming for Love Island in Majorca, but appeared to have jetted back specially to celebrate her belated hen do.

She showed off her incredible festival hair, which included strands of beads spelling out popular Love Island phrases.


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Posing in a blue zip-up dress, Laura showed a close-up of the beaded braids and her glamorous make-up look.

The pinned beads spelled out "couple up", "type on paper", "hot" and "back on" amongst other phrases nodding to the ITV2 show.

The blonde star let her hair flow down her chest as she completed her look with a pair of brown cowboy boots and a "bride" hat.

She went on to film on her Instagram stories as she and her group of friends took a helicopter ride to the festival site.

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The group were seen reading newspapers during the journey, as Laura filmed the parked cars and camping site.

She went on to go and watch musical acts performing on the iconic Pyramid stage as she was driven behind-the-scenes at the festival.

It comes after we exclusively revealed how Laura has appeared for just three minutes despite being paid £500,000 on Love Island.

Laura, married to the show’s voiceover starIain, 35, has only popped into the Majorca villa once during the 14 episodes so far.

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Usually, Love Island's presenters regularly appear at the dramatic re-couplings and dumpings around the firepit.

But last night she was nowhere to be seen - having only appeared for the show’s very first episode.

It means Laura has only been on screen for just three minutes 43 seconds out of the series's 925 minutes so far - only 0.3 per cent of the show.

Earlier this year The Sun revealed the Irish former model had signed another £500,000 one-year deal as the host of Love Island.

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Last year she was only seen on the show for 33 minutes in total over the eight weeks it ran.

She had explained that the coronavirus pandemic had made it tricky for her to jet to Majorca as often as she'd like.

Laura wore the hair braids as she headed to the festival with palsCredit: instagram