Laura Anderson shows off Molly-Mae inspired nursery as she reveals sweet baby name

Congratulations are in order forLaura Anderson andGary Lucy whohave become parents to a baby girl. The TV personalities, who met when they appeared on E4'sCelebs Go Dating, revealed that they’d welcomed a baby into the world in an adorable Instagram post yesterday (7 September).

To announce the news,the pair shared a montage video which featured a mixture of videos and pictures from their time together as well as their first few days with their daughter – who they have called Bonnie Rose Lucy Anderson.

In one of the snaps, the doting parents could be seen cradling little Bonnie as they stood in her stunning nursery area.

The lavish space has a light and airy feel thanks to its white and cream decor, with the walls, carpet and ceiling all being decorated in neutral tones.

In one corner of the room there is a cream armchair, ideal for 34 year old Laura and Gary, 41, to sooth little Bonnie during the nights.

Breaking up the cream colour block decor, the floor also features a large shaggy white rug which has a grey grid pattern to give the space some added dimension.

Like Molly-Mae Hague’s nursery for her baby daughter Bambi, Bonnie’s nursery has a cloud theme and features two large clouds on the wall which also have Bonnie’s name written in lights on them.

Just like the rest of the room, the cot area has a very relaxing feel thanks to its neutral colours and has an adorable animal baby mobile as well as a cream personalised blanket which has Bonnie’s name written on it.

After announcing that she was pregnant back in February,Love Island star Laura opened up about her experience during pregnancy as well as her thoughts on motherhood as part of her weekly pregnancy column for OK!.

Back in July,the TV personality spoke about her worries over becoming a mum and said: “Giving birth doesn't scare me – I'm more scared about the rest of my life, and all of the other things I've got to do.

“You think pregnancy is hard, and then it's like, 'well what happens when she's here?,' but everyone tells you it all just falls into place.”

She added: “From the moment you find out you're pregnant until your baby is eighteen, and even beyond that, there's just constant change, and it's quite a big thing to think about.

“Having said all of that, I'm really excited to meet my little girl now, and I'm ready for the next bit.”

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