LAURA Hamilton has shared an insight into her stunning trip to Iceland for ITV.
The TV presenter has been keeping her fans updated on social media as she films for the broadcaster.
ال A Place in the Sun host wowed her followers as she shared a video of her catching sight of the Northern Lights.
الانتقال إلى Instagram, the 40-year-old shared the video montage showing her and the crew on their travels to the picturesque country.
It showed the star drinking champagne on the flight and landing into Reykjavík – the capital city of Iceland.
She then travelled to another region on a propeller plane and got to work filming pieces to camera for the telly.
Laura revealed it’s all part of a brand new competition that’s launching today on ITV, called the ‘Jingle Jackpot’.
“What an amazing start to my Icelandic Adventure with @itv we have even been lucky enough to see the northern lights,” قالت.
“It is a magical winter wonderland here, and I’ll be live on @thismorning and @loosewomen from tomorrow [يوم الاثنين], launching their ‘Jingle Jackpot’ competition and showing you some of the amazing things you can see and do here.”
Fellow TV stars took to the comment’s section underneath Laura’s post to share their envy at the trip.
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“رائع! It looks amazing- you saw the northern lights-so jealous,” كتب صباح الخير بريطانيا presenter Laura Tobin.
While Homes Under the Hammer presenter Lucy Alexander said: “Can’t wait to hear.”
Laura recently revealed she is still friend’s with her ex, after they broke up after a ten-year marriage in January of this year.
She and husband Alex Goward, an insurance broker, moved out of their family home earlier this year.
Together, they have son Rocco, ثمانية, and daughter Tahlia, سبعة.
Laura says: “We’ve always said that we will co-parent our children. And we also said that we would continue to have family holidays.
“I’m really grateful that we’ve got a fantastic positive parenting approach.
“We want people to take something positive from it, so if they do, then that is great.”