EastEnders' Louisa Lytton jets to Italy to plan wedding months after giving birth

EASTENDERS' Louise Lytton has flown to Italy to plan her wedding to fiancé Ben Bhanvra.

The actress joked she looked like Jamiroquai frontman Jay Kay as she explored a historic town in a large fur hat.

She wrote on Instagram: "Let the wedding planning commence 🎯❤️ (I know I know, I look like Jay Kay) 😝."

Back in October Louisa revealed she wants to have another baby.

The 32-year-old, who plays Ruby Allen in the BBC soap, gave birth to a 6lb 5oz daughter in August.

Now she's already got her sights set on giving Aura a baby brother or sister.

She told the Sunday Mirror: "I’m an only child so I’ve said I’d like more than one. Ben has two siblings, so he’s always said three or four, although I don’t think that’s going to happen!"

But her fiancé Ben insisted: "We’d definitely like another one at some point but we’re not thinking about that just yet."

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Louisa was in labour for three days before having to have an emergency C-section.

Despite originally planning for a water birth, she was just relieved to have delivered her baby girl safely.

It followed a tough year for the couple who were forced to cancel their wedding twice due to coronavirus.

Looking to reschedule, Louisa said: "We want to get married next year. We’re planning to have the wedding abroad and we’re going to do something smaller than we originally planned.

"It will be different now she’s here. We’re a family now, so it might not be as wild as it was going to be. But we can’t wait to get married."

Ben popped the question in the Maldives back in 2019  – but when they put their wedding on hold, the pair tried for a baby instead.

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