Laura Anderson addresses Gary Lucy reunion rumours ahead of baby Bonnies first Christmas

Love Island star Laura Anderson has addressed rumours that she and her ex-partner, EastEnders actor Gary Lucy, are back together.

Fans have been urging the pair to reunite after the birth of their daughter Bonnie earlier this year.

Laura, who first found fame on Love Island in 2018, met Gary, 42, on E4's Celebs Go Dating last year. Despite having a baby together, the couple decided to end their relationship during Laura's pregnancy.

However, they remain close friends and are excited about spending their first Christmas with Bonnie.

Despite fans' hopes for a reunion, Laura insists her main focus is being the best mum she can be to Bonnie. She remains friendly with Gary and includes him in their daughter's life as much as possible.

Chatting with Closer, the reality TV star shared: "Myself and Gary are on good terms. It's early days but I'm trying to focus on her, rather than myself. I think putting your personal feelings aside and speaking to the person as a friend rather than your ex helps.

"It's going to be a journey as she's only a baby and this is all new to me, but I try to include Gary as much as I can. She has two parents and I want her to know that I always put her first."

With Christmas just around the corner, Laura also spilled that baby Bonnie will probably have 'two or three' Christmas days because she and Gary live so far apart.

While Laura calls Glasgow home, Gary lives in Essex, so the former Love Island star plans on doing a lot of driving this Christmas so that her little one can spend time with both sides of her family.

"I think Bonnie will end up having two or three Christmas Days this year and I'll be doing a lot of driving so there won't be much champagne for me this year," Laura confessed. "I want to take her around and make sure everyone gets to see her."

This comes after Laura recently let slip that she and Gary decided to give their relationship another shot shortly before welcoming their daughter Bonnie in September.

When asked about whether she will be reuniting with Gary, who was by her side during her labour, Laura said: "Well, we did try before the birth, but it's just not really worked out so far."

She went on to say: "When we first got together and decided to have a baby because Bonnie was planned it was what I wanted. But it's quite common for parents not to be together for whatever reason.

"And I've found a community, connecting with a lot of women on Instagram who've reached out to me and said that seeing me manage on my own has made them feel that they can do it too," she told OK!.

Despite the split, Laura and Gary, who met on Celebs Go Dating, remain "friends" and are focusing on co-parenting their daughter Bonnie.

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