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EastEnders star Louisa Lytton has revealed one of the clever tricks she has picked up when trying to hide her growing baby bump on camera.
The mum-to-be, 32, posted a short video showing how her character on the show has recently developed a love of draping scarves, to help hide her pregnant belly.
The Ruby Allen actress told her 218,000 fans on Instagram how she masks her baby bump with scarves.
While working on set, Louisa shared a video of herself dressed in a lightweight, flowy shirt with a yellow scarf worn over as she portrayed her character, which she captioned: “Forever hiding the bump at work like…"
As she filmed the clip, she moved away the yellow scarf to show her bump, before sweetly patting it.
Louisa is pregnant with her first child with her fiancé Ben Bhanvra, 30 and has been getting ready to welcome their baby in September.
She has opened up about her difficulties with her early pregnancy as she faced “nerves and anxiety” along the way.
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The popular soap actress also told OK! that the couple didn't put off having kids for the sake of being married first.
After postponing their big day twice already, they made the decision to cancel the wedding completely to concentrate on the arrival of their child.
She said: “We’re going to have the baby and focus on that and then get married once we’re ready.”
The happy couple announced their exciting news on Mother’s Day in a sweet video they made together, which shows her then tiny baby bump along with the help of their dog who wore a black neckerchief which said: “My parents are getting me a human.”
She captioned the sweet video as a loving message to her mother, which read: “Dear Mum, If I am a fraction of the mother you are, I know I’ll be the best.
“You have held my hand for 32 years, you have taught me right from wrong, corrected my spelling, and helped me see the light at the end of every single tunnel.
“And now you will guide me to becoming a mummy. (Just try not to move yourself in or Ben might leave!)
“Happy Mother’s Day All, to those that are here, that are not with us in person but with us every moment and to those on a journey. L xx”
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