EastEnders star Louisa Lytton has given fans a sneak peek inside her new baby nursery after she got to work on decorating the room.
The 32-year-old soap star, who portrays Ruby Allen in the hit BBC soap, is excited to be putting the finishing touches to the nursery as she eagerly awaits the arrival of her first child.
Taking to social media, the excited mum to be unveiled a cute snap as she watched her fiancé Ben Bhanvra paint the wall of the nursery.
In the picture, Louisa proudly showed off her blossoming baby bump while sitting on the floor of the half-decorated room alongside her hubby-to-be.
"Nursery pending," she added alongside the snap.
In several Instagram stories, the actress then revealed that she had also got stuck in with giving the room a new lick of paint.
Louisa's social media post was quickly inundated with lots of messages from fans as they shared their excitement about catching a glimpse of her bump.
"Ready to pop darling," penned one fan.
"Exciting times for you both," added a second.
A third said: "Aww so exciting & it’s always such a memory to look back on, enjoy sweetheart x."
Louisa and Ben are expecting the birth of their first child together in September. Earlier this week, the actress also revealed that she had finally gone on maternity leave from EastEnders after months of covering her bump in floaty dresses while on set.
Addressing her time off from EastEnders, Louisa said: "I've been told now it's my time to switch off and relax."
Prior to putting in the work on their baby's nursery, Louisa was treated to a lavish baby shower earlier this month that took place in a gorgeously decorated garden.
Sharing several posts from the joyous occasion, Louisa was a vision in a lemon floral-print maxi dress as she posed with her family and friends in front of a balloon arch with a stunning rose petal flower wall.
Reflecting upon the gorgeous, fun-filled celebration, the actress opened up about the unforgettable moment that her best pals sang for her.
"I'll never forget this. My childhood best friends singing for me and my baby. Hearing them sing together makes me prouder than they will ever know," she wrote.
Louisa added: "My mum, she created the most special day, thank you for all that you do for me, but especially this. I am so proud of you."
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