Scottish Love Island star Laura Anderson has returned to her house city of Stirling, following her break up from long-term companion Dane Bowers. The tv character took to her social media accounts to announce the break up and her return to the UK after being in Dubai since 2018. Laura and Dane first bought collectively 4 years in the past, and she or he had relocated to Dubai to reside with him they usually had even just lately begun fertility therapy to start out a household. READ MORE – Date when Brits travelling to Spain, France and extra might be charged to enter Nonetheless, on the finish of July 2022, Laura posted on Instagram to her 1.4 million followers, letting them know that the couple have been now not collectively. Laura wrote: “Simply to let all my stunning assist on right here know that sadly Dane and I’ve determined to separate. “Thanks for all of your continued assist. Sadly we’re simply not proper for one another however I do want him nothing however love. I might be transferring again to the UK as quickly as I can. Roll on the remainder of 2022, let’s make it depend.” The 33-year-old is now again residing in Scotland, and is presently awaiting the arrival of her pet. The star posted a cute photograph of her pet with their ‘pawsport’, because the animal is transported from Dubai to Scotland.
Laura is happy to see her little pet once more.
Laura wrote on her Instagram story: “You’ve got all requested how I am transporting buddy house safely. I do not need to get emotional however @sandypawsllc you actually are unimaginable. “To Dubai final 12 months and now again house to Scotland. I admire your assist greater than you already know. Anum specifically you famous person. He has his passport! Thanks sis.” Laura additionally confirmed that she had been on the TV roundabout once more, filming alongside Anna Williamson and Tom Learn Wilson for Celebs Go Relationship. The star was pictured chatting to a singleton whereas on the present. READ NEXT – Glasgow hit with flood warning as thunderstorms proceed throughout town – Scottish comedians crew up for brand new sketch present on BBC Radio Scotland – Scotland’s aviation trade to take centre stage in new BBC Scotland present – Petrol and diesel costs ought to be ‘a minimum of 10 pence cheaper’ per litre than it’s – Tesco employee claims Scots can get 3 times their a reimbursement however do not realise