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Laura Whitmore looked typically chic as she departed from BBC Broadcasting House in London following her Radio 5 Live show on Sunday.
The TV personality, 36, ensured the was the centre of attention in a baby pink coat, which she teamed with a matching chic beret.
She donned an unmissable brown leopard-print top which she combined with a pair of black leggings and wore her blonde locks in glossy waves.
Appearing to be in high spirits, the Love Island presenter threw a black handbag over her shoulder by its leather strap and completed her look with a pair of white trainers.
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The Celebrity Juice captain certainly caught the eyes of onlookers, who gawked and pointed at the street-side fashion show.
Her outing comes after she returned to work after her brief trip to America as travel restrictions for vacationing in the states were lifted earlier this month.
Laura recently revealed that she spent a year living in America when she was 21.
In 2018, she spoke of her experience of her time in the states as a student, as she revealed: 'When I was 21, I studied in the US for five months.
'In my final year of journalism at Dublin City University, we had the option to go abroad and everyone went to different places, but for me, it was always going to be Boston.'
'I loved the idea of this student city — home to dozens of universities, including Harvard — known for its big Irish contingent. It was a great opportunity.'
Posting on social media ahead of her brief trip she wrote: 'US is open! It's been a while.'
She continued 'Wearing my friend Nicola Roberts' beautiful new merch for the flight, adored with her gorgeous lyrics celebrating 10 years of Cinderella's eyes.'Read more
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