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Saturday 18 November 2017

It's official -- Laura and Danny to share a pad

MTV star Laura Whitmore is set to move in with rocker boyfriend Danny O'Reilly, after buying her first house in London.

Laura (26) and Danny will move into the property, which Laura purchased over the festive period, soon.

Laura decided it was time to step onto the property ladder and made an offer on her new home just days after flying back from her six-week stint hosting the companion programme for I'm A Celebrity -- Get Me Out Of Here.

Laura works full-time for MTV and is based in London so Coronas frontman Danny decided to base himself over there too.

"He's so lovely, I could talk about him all day if I let myself! But we try not to give too much away in interviews. We're both really happy and it's great to have someone whose schedule is as unpredictable and hours are as unsociable as mine," she said.

"Ireland will always be my home, but I'm a London girl now and I knew I'd have to get Danny to move here if we were going to be together," she said.

Laura took time from her schedule to visit home for Christmas -- and went to Dublin's NYE concert on College Green where Danny took to the stage with his band.

But before officially moving into her new London pad, Laura spent a quiet Christmas at home with her friends and family. After her six-week stint in Oz, Laura flew straight home and spent the festive season with her loved ones.



Bubbly

"I spent Christmas with family and friends in Ireland and it was great to be back having spent so long away. I was down in Dingle a lot of the time but drove back to Dublin to support the NYE gig," she told the Herald.

And the bubbly blonde admitted that she is starting to get noticed more since working on the I'm A Celeb set down under with the famous Ant and Dec.

"The whole experience of I'm A Celeb is a bit overwhelming, but brilliant. I feel a bit awkward being recognised on the street and usually just think it's someone I can't remember. It can be quite funny discovering I don't actually know them.

"I love being Irish and felt that I had great support from Ireland the whole time on the show so thanks to everyone for watching or for just standing by me. I'm so proud of the great reaction I have received. Honestly it means so much," she explained.

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