Laura, who shares Evie with her partner Kev Bracks, held her baby shower in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, just weeks before Evie's arrival.
"We’ll take any excuse for a party of 20 right now but celebrating the final days before Baby Bracks’ arrival seems like a good one to us... And we snuck it in just in time!" she joked in her caption.
She also referenced the noticeable height difference between herself and Kev adding: "In case anyone is wondering how she’s tracking for size... she’s spot on average (winning) but with short legs. I guess I’m going to be blamed for that one."
Laura's daughter's birth comes shortly after her Survivor co-star Hannah Pentreath announced she and her husband Zac had welcomed their own baby girl.
Last year, Laura became the first Contender to be voted out and the second contestant overall.
At 4'9", the digital marketing manager admitted on the show that what she lacks in height, she makes up for "in bite".
"If someone tells me that I can't achieve something, hell hath no fury", she admitted on the show.
At the time of her elimination, it came down between her and eventual runner-up Baden Gilbert.
But Laura said the reason why she went home over him was because she wasn't going to be easily manipulated.
Speaking to Now To Love following her elimination, Laura said: "I am a bit of a stubborn personality, I do like to do things my own way and I think that was kind of my downfall in one way or another.
"Baden was maybe seen as being able to get on their side easier than I was so I am kind of proud that's the person that I am but it didn't get me far in the game."
Despite her short-lived experience, Laura added: "It was the ride of a lifetime, everyone should apply to go on Survivor. It's a bit of a mind-eff at times but it's a lot of fun!"