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We're Irish TV presenters ... get us suncream! Amanda and Laura lap up the sunshine Down Under

Independent.ie reporters

Published 27/11/2012 | 10:03

The pair shared photos of themselves in November in Australia. Amanda Byram Twitter
Amanda hits the beach. Amanda Byram/ Twitter
Amanda tweeted: 'Bummin it...#thegoodlife'
Laura with pal Amanda Byram in Australia recently. Twitter/Amanda Byram
Amanda tweeted pic of Laura with Ben & Jerry's tub: 'Ice ice cream baby @thewhitmore'
The girls hard at work, on set of I'm a Celebrit Get Me Out of Here..Now! Pic: Amanda Byram/Twitter
Laura tweeted a pic of fellow host Joe Swash buried in the sand and surrounded by girls, including Heidi Range from the Sugababes.

LIKE many other Irish, Laura Whitmore and Amanda Byram are on a working holiday Down Under, but it seems the Irish duo are having a pretty good time away from the harsh reality of the I’m a Celebrity jungle.

The pair who are co-presenting on ‘I’m a Celebrity.... Get Me Out of Here Now!’ on ITV2 this week, shared photos of themselves lounging by the pool and hanging out at the beach on Twitter yesterday.

The photo shows the pair, who have become close pals in recent months, splashing in the pool with co-host Joe Swash and eating Ben & Jerry’s marshmallow, caramel and chocolate ice cream.

Former model Amanda, who has left LA to work more in London, tweeted that she was delighted to be heading from cold Europe for sunnier climate before she boarded her plane.

“Right then London, I’m outta here.. It’s time for another adventure and Australia is calling.! #fundownunder #backsoonforchristmas spirit#” she tweeted at the weekend.

Obviously keen to make the most of her Irish contact book, MTV star Laura, who presents the show with ex-Eastenders star Joe Swash, has already welcomed Boyzone star Keith Duffy to the programme.

Determined to make the most of the sun, Amanda tweeted a picture of herself lying by the pool at her hotel before heading out for a night with Laura and show veterans Ant & Dec.

Amanda has been involved in an eclectic number of projects since the cancellation of her BBC show Total Wipeout.

As well as filming The Angel for Sky 1, she also said she would consider taking on an Irish TV role, if the right project came along.

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