Louisa Lytton of EastEnders went on a romantic date night with her fiancé Ben Bhanvra, but she had to wear her patterned dress backward.
Louisa Lytton, who is expecting her first child, revealed to her fans that she was forced to wear her dress backwards because “nothing fits” her.
The EastEnders actress, who is expecting her first child with fiancé Ben Bhanvra, had to come up with new ways to wear her stunning patterned gown on her date night.
The 32-year-old looked down at her belly as she cradled it in an Instagram photo.
Louisa wore a flower crown and stood in a room filled with beautiful flowers and candles.
She began her caption with, “Last night, we went to a Wedding show…”
“We didn’t plan for a bump, but it made it even more special! I had nothing to wear and nothing fit, so I wore a dress backwards to cover my bump and pinned it to keep from flashing.”
She went on to say: “Ben drank and ate sushi. I ate rice and watched as our wedding band performed live; now all we have to do is plan the wedding! But, hey, at least we have the music, right? Date nights have returned, and it feels fantastic #pregnancydiary.”
In a sweet Mother’s Day post in March, the actress revealed that she and Ben are expecting a baby.
She added: “After thanking her mother for guiding me through my life,” she said “And now you’ll show me how to become a mother. (Just don’t move in if you don’t want Ben to leave.)”
She recently revealed that she had to cancel her wedding plans and that she will marry her fiancé after she has given birth.
The couple had hoped to marry before their first child was born, but they had to change their plans due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“We’ve cancelled the wedding altogether now,” Louisa, 32, told OK!
“We’ve decided to scrap it all and start fresh with our plans.” We’re going to have the baby and focus on that until we’re ready to marry.
“We’d already postponed it twice, and the wedding we were planning was going to be huge – we were expecting nearly 200 guests.”
However, she later added: “We will marry when everything is calm and everyone feels safe. I don’t want anyone to be on edge.”