Dani Dyer has put the finishing touches to her nursery, as she prepares to welcome her first child.
The Love Island winner admitted she had gone "into full nesting mode" as she and boyfriend Sammy Kimmence decorated their Essex home ahead of their arrival in the New Year.
And while the couple have been working hard on the house, it is their baby's room which makes pregnant Dani most happy.
Writing on Instagram, Dani shared her pride: "Our baby room is finally done. I want to sleep here tonight. How much I love it. Can't wait for you all to see it."
The purple and grey nursery houses a classic white crib under a white gauzy canopy lined with twinkling fairy lights. Blackout curtains featuring white stars border the window, while framed prints can be seen on the walls.
Keeping to the simple colour scheme, Dani has draped a fluffy purple blanket over the edge of the crib, while a grey and white cushion lies inside.
The 24-year-old has been focused on getting her new home in perfect shape, ahead of her January due date.
A previous update showed Dani cradling her bump in a pink dress, as she stood proudly on her newly decorated landing.
She said: "Over the last month I have gone into full nesting mode as I want to get the house perfect for our little arrival in January!"
The white walls behind her were decorated with bespoke prints featuring inspirational quotes, while a white vase filled with pale pink pampas grass stood on a grey chest of drawers.
Dani said of her chosen prints: "They look amazing in every room and give it a personal, unique touch."
Before moving in with Sammy, Dani lived with her Eastenders actor dad Danny Dyer, 43, mum Jo Mas and younger brother and sister in a luxury home featuring a gym and a swimming pool.
While she now has her own home, Dani remains close to her family - revealing this week that she hopes Jo will join Sammy at her side during labour.
Saying she was "excited", Dani told Superdrug TV: "I need my mum because she's been through it.
"My mum loves all that as well. My mum is really like, as soon as you go round her house, if you're a woman, she goes 'Do you need to be waxed?'
"She's a very odd woman. She loves anything to do with any body parts."