A PLACE in the Sun presenter Laura Hamilton announced that she felt "honoured" after recently receiving a new family title.
Laura Hamilton revealed to her 185,000 Instagram followers that she had been asked to become a godmother to a healthy baby boy.
The mum of two wore a light base of makeup while she beamed at the camera with her mesmerising blue eyes and pink lipstick.
The 41-year-old blonde bombshell cradled the sleepy newborn while surrounded by breathtaking nature.
Laura captioned the post: "A big honour to be asked to be Godmother to this beautiful little boy today by his awesome Mummy and Daddy, Sarah and James! Love you all."
The newborn's mother replied to the post and commented: "We love you so much – he's one lucky boy."
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Fans quickly followed and flooded her comments section with well wishes as one wrote: "This is so lovely. He is one lucky little boy."
Another penned: "Aah bless you, and definitely you make an excellent godmother."
A third typed: "The view from where you are looks amazing. Oh, congratulations on the privilege of being a godmother."
While a fourth added: "Lovely photo of you Laura with your godson, arr he's so cute and adorable bless him and showing your lovely amazing smile too."
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A fifth declared: "Cute picture of you two together."
This heartwarming news comes after Laura addressed sceptical A Place in the Sun viewers' misconceptions about the Channel 4 show.
The show's recent episodes might have caused fans to think that property buyers did not finalise their purchases.
Laura quickly reassured the audience that wasn't the reality of the show and that they could anticipate "loads of people buying properties" in upcoming episodes.
In a recent interview with Express, the TV star said: "It's funny because I always see these little clips that go round where people go, you know, 'Oh A Place in the Sun, does anyone actually buy it?'
"Well, actually, there are a lot of people buying.
"They're mostly watching old shows, but there's loads of great destinations and loads of great house hunters in the series – the new series started last week, I believe."
A Place in the Sun airs on Channel 4 weekdays at 3pm.
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