TV presenter Laura Jackson announces she’s expecting first child with husband Jon Gorrigan

Laura Jackson, who presented Take Me Out: The Gossip alongside Mark Wright, has shared some very exciting baby news with her fans.

Laura Jackson, who presented Take Me Out: The Gossip alongside Mark Wright, has shared some very exciting baby news with her fans.

The 32-year-old posted a picture of her big baby bump on social media and revealed she had entered her third trimester, shocking fans who had no idea she was expecting.

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*Exciting* Bun in the oven #thirdtrimester 👶🏻😲

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While she regularly posts pictures of herself out and about in London, she managed to keep her bump a secret until she was ready to make an announcement – now when she’s more than six months pregnant.

The sweet black and white snaps show Laura posing in her underwear, with her blossoming bump in full display.

Alongside the pictures, she wrote: ‘*Exciting* Bun in the oven #thirdtrimester’.

Fans were quick to send their well-wishes to the couple on their baby news, with many commenting on the fact that she hid the pregnancy for so long.

One said: ‘Congratulations! Great stealth concealing! 👌🏼🤘🏽 Your on the home straight now! X’

Another said: ‘You managed to keep that under wraps, looking amazing as usual!’

A third also wrote: ‘Congratulations! Where have you been hiding that little bump! ✨’

Of course some of Laura’s celebrity pals already knew about the exciting secret, including Rochelle Humes.

The fellow mum wrote under the snap: ‘Been waiting for this shot ❤️❤️❤️❤️’; to which Laura replied: ‘@rochellehumes haaaa worst kept secret of all time 😘😘😘😘’

Laura and Jon have been married for nearly two years, after saying ‘I do’ in beautiful beach ceremony in Cornwal, in September 2017.

The TV star rose to fame when she presented shows like Ready or Not on BBC One last year, and Take Me Out: The Gossip on ITV2.

Speaking about her career in TV, Laura revealed she’s a fan of other stars like Holly Willoughby, but says it’s harder for new talent to break through.

She told the Guardian: ‘Breaking through is so hard now. There are not the [training-ground] platforms there once were – MTV, T4, kids morning shows.

‘I absolutely love watching Holly and Fearn and Davina, but there hasn’t been any new, younger talent come up through the TV system for a while. It’s hard to change the landscape, but by the BBC being a bit riskier with talent, let’s hope they start a trend. With a new director of programming at Channel 4 too, talk of change and an appetite for newer talent it feels like change is in the air.’