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LOVE Island’s Laura Whitmore’s replacement has been revealed after she quit a high-profile job.
Earlier this week, The Sun revealed how Laura, 37, had decided to leave her Sunday morning programme on BBC Radio 5 Live.
The Laura Whitmore Show has been running for four years and in that time it’s helped boost her profile, but now her replacement has been announced.
Countryfile presenter Helen Skelton will begin her new role from the middle of next month.
An announcement on the BBC’s Twitter page read: “We’ve got some exciting news.
“@HelenSkelton will present a new-look Sunday morning programme on BBC Radio 5 Live. The new show, from 10am to midday, launches on August 14th. Welcome Helen.”
Heidi Dawson, the controller of BBC Radio 5 Live, confirmed the news of Laura’s departure, saying: “Laura has made the difficult decision to leave after a brilliant four years.