The 31-year-old Irish beauty – who has also been linked in the past to David Gandy, Leonardo Di Caprio, Niall Horan, Paolo Nutini, and Calvin Harris – says it is unfair she gets accused of being in love with every member of the opposite sex she is seen talking to. Laura says that part of the reason she wanted to compete for the glitterball trophy is to try to convince viewers she’s not a man-eater with no personality.‘I wanted to do Strictly because it’s a family audience – there will be a lot of people who don’t know anything about me.It’s the one show where people get a chance to see you for who you are,’ she said.However, even the best laid plans can go awry, and Laura has since been painted as a heartless siren who has pursued Giovanni, despite him being the ex of her good friend Georgia May Foote.
And what about you Kate, how did you come on board as producer? I remember us doing a read-through -- I read Angelica’s part very well -- and I just really fell in love with the script. As the writers, what’s the message you wanted people to take away?
It’s still early days but it is already clear they really like each other.“Richard immediately felt a connection and thinks this could go somewhere.
There’s real chemistry between them."“He has done much of the wooing but they’re both very keen," they added to The Sun.
When she told him delightedly that Newsweek magazine was putting her on the front cover for an issue about the ‘New India’, he churlishly responded that the only time the magazine had afforded him the same honor ‘was when somebody was trying to put a bullet in my head’.
Laura Whitmore has been left mortified and upset over persistent rumours she is romantically involved with her Strictly Come Dancing partner Giovanni Pernice. To them I’m this TV presenter with blonde hair who gets linked to every single man I interview or stand next to,’ she cried to The Mail on Sunday’s You magazine.
The partying, the drinking, combined with the nailbiting game 7, along with the love and happiness experienced by all will probably lead to a lot of people getting it on following all the celebrating. In 2015, The Royals were the toast of Kansas City after winning the world series—and one notable hospital in the area noticed a considerable spike in babies the next summer during the month of July. reported: “Royals fans Erica and David Stock took home three souvenirs from the 2014 World Series: tickets, a program and, nine months later, their baby boy, Beckett Kauffman Stock.