Laura Woods has appeared to admit she made "a slight error" when she revealed her romance with Adam Collard on Instagram.
The sports presenter has been romantically linked to Love Island star Adam and seemed to make it Instagram official when she uploaded a series of snaps of them together. However, they were quickly deleted, piquing fans' interest.
Laura has now shared in an interview that she recently slipped up when it came to making some pictures public, apparently referencing the Adam photo dump. Speaking on the Monday Mile podcast, she said she prefers to keep her private life private and that she only meant for her inner circle to see the shots.
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"So, I made a slight error, you know when you upload something to your main feed that is meant to be like close friends?" she said after being quizzed on whether social media ever caused her any issues.
"I didn't even know I could do that to be fair, but I did, and it was like… let me tell you how much that turns me inside out, for people to see anything private about me and a relationship, is basically what it is. For anyone to see that part of me fills me with dread.
"It sounds like it's a bad thing but only because I associate social media and relationships in a bad way. I'm almost like, nothing good can come from sharing.
"Maybe I've learned, maybe it's something historic, I think with relationships, I've never thought it was a good idea to share them," the football pundit went on.
Laura – who is known for her hosting on ITV and TNT Sports – said that she was actually a "really private" person. "I only show you what I'm comfortable showing you," she explained. "I like to keep it like that as much as possible."
Adam, 27, was a contestant on both the fourth and eighth series of Love Island. He and Laura, 36, were first linked earlier this year.
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