A Place in the Sun's Laura Hamilton issues vow as she's supported after tearful update

Laura Hamilton is celebrating her 42nd birthday today
Laura Hamilton is celebrating her 42nd birthday today -Credit:Instagram/@laurahamiltontv

A Place in the Sun's Laura Hamilton has been flooded with support as she celebrated her birthday.

The property expert is renowned for her role as a presenter on the popular Channel 4 programme helping people find their dream home abroad. Laura regularly keeps fans updated with her life away from the screen on Instagram.

She has taken to the social media platform today to reshare messages from celebrity fans as she marked her 42nd birthday. Jenni Falconer said: "Happy birthday gorgeous girl."

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TV producer Harry Bott said: "Happy birthday." Laura reshared the snap as she was help upside down on ski and vowed to never change.

She said: "Thank you! I'll never change no matter how old I am."

Laura Hamilton vowed to never change on her birthday
Laura Hamilton vowed to never change on her birthday -Credit:Instagram/@laurahamiltontv

It has been a big week for Laura as she completed the London Marathon on Sunday. She took on the ultimate running challenge yesterday in aid of Well Child.

Laura also ran in tribute to her late co-host, Jonnie Irwin, who died in February and said she was "even more emotional" than she could have imagined after she finished the race. She has taken to Instagram to share details of the run and said she nearly broke down in tears when her two children, Rocco and Tahlia, told her they were proud of her in a FaceTime call during the race.

She said: "I honestly can’t believe that today I ran the @londonmarathon. For someone who has never enjoyed long distance running this was a massive undertaking for me.

"Back in September @wellchild asked me if I would run for them. I have been an ambassador for this amazing charity for over 14 years so I decided to take on the challenge and fundraise for them. So many people have asked me throughout my training ‘what time are you going for?’… it was never about that for me. This was about completing a challenge and helping the charity. "I was running at a really good pace until mile 18 when I needed to stop for a wee. I then hit the wall at mile 20. The support from the crowd was like nothing I’d experienced before. People shouting my name and cheering me on most definitely helped me power on through.

"I managed a FaceTime call with Rocco and Tahlia and when they both told me how proud they were I struggled to hold back the tears. I also thought a lot about @jonnieirwin and running in his honour."

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