Laura Whitmore shows off her style credentials in chic leopard print maxi with edgy trainers as she leaves work
She has many string to her extensive professional bow.
And Laura Whitmore was tending to her work duties on Sunday as she exited the BBC studios after recording her BBC 5 Live Show.
The TV host, 35, looked stunning in a teal leopard print maxi dress as she made her way home from the central London location.
Homeward-bound: Laura Whitmore put on a stylish display as she exited the BBC studios on Sunday where she records her BBC 5 Live Show
Laura sported a low-cut floor length maxi-dress with rolled sleeves and an animal print that was featured throughout.
The statement outfit also included a thigh-high split and matching belt that cinched in the star’s waist and emphasised her slender physique.
As she departed the BBC building, Laura clutched her leather jacket and her black satchel bag rested by her side.
The TV presenter also carried a woven shopper bag with bright red handles.
Animal print: The TV presenter, 35, was seen rocking a teal low-cut shirt maxi dress with leopard print throughout which she paired with some spotless white trainers
Safety first: Laura carried her leather biker jacket and straw shopper bag as she prioritised safety and put on her matching black fabric face mask
She opted for a sensible footwear choice of white trainers and she prioritised her safety with a black reusable face mask.
Laura opted for a pair of angular black shades and delicate bohemian necklaces that were the perfect addition to her outfit.
The blonde beauty kept her tresses in a loose yet chic bun and kept things natural with her makeup look.
Boho chic: The TV presenter sported a heart and compass pendant necklaces and kept her eyes protected from the summer sunshine with a pair of angular black shades
Effortless: The blonde beauty kept her long tresses in an incredibly chic low bun with her fringe left out to loosely frame her face.
Laura’s outing comes after she made the heartbreaking revelation earlier this month that she suffered from a miscarriage in 2018 and revealed: ‘It took me a year to talk about my miscarriage’.
She is in a relationship with fellow TV presenter Iain Stirling, and she discussed in a new interview the roller coaster of emotions she experienced after finding out about her unexpected pregnancy.
The presenter quickly became excited about the unplanned news, but during a 12 week scan, the doctors couldn’t detect a heartbeat and she was told that she had lost the baby.
Tragedy: Laura revealed in a candid interview that she suffered from a miscarriage in 2018 with her partner and fellow TV presenter, Iain Stirling, after doctors couldn’t find a heartbeat
She revealed the guilt she experienced and didn’t know whether to ‘cry or be emotional’ following the tragic news in September 2018.
Laura told The Times: ‘It took me a year to talk about my miscarriage. I’d heard about people having miscarriages when they were trying for babies, but my situation was very different.
‘What happens if you weren’t trying for a baby? I had that guilt of, “I wasn’t expecting this,” so then you change your life. But then suddenly you have to change your head again after the miscarriage.’
Healing: The star admitted it took her a year to come to terms with the loss after she felt guilt over the sad news and didn’t know whether to ‘cry or be emotional’