EastEnders’ Louisa Lytton rocks maternity jeans after giving birth to daughter Aura

EastEnders' Louisa Lytton has revealed she's still wearing maternity jeans after giving birth to daughter Aura.

The actress welcomed baby Aura, whom she shares with fiancé Ben Bhanvra, on 30 August during a gruelling three-day labour – something which she admits she doesn't remember much of.

Posting a short video to her Instagram Story, Louisa shared a photo of herself doing a dance in her maternity jeans with the caption "still in maternity jeans like…"

The actress has been open about the ups and downs of early motherhood since Aura's birth a little over two months ago.

Last month, the actor posted an adorable snap of her cuddling Aura with her hand resting on her head, calling her "the best 7 weeks of my life".

She added: "would love a little 8 hour sleep though".

However, she also recently admitted that she's struggling to get into a routine with the newborn, who is her first child.

In a recent Instagram Q&A, one fan asked the soap star: “Are you in a routine yet? My baby girl is 5 weeks tomorrow and still all over the place!”

Louisa admitted to finding it hard not being in a routine with her newborn as yet as she is an advocate for “routine/structure”.

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She replied to the fan saying: “Nope! This is me feeding mid walk, I’m a routine/structure person so I guess that’s the thing I’m finding the hardest…

"Just having to surrender, but we will all get there, take the pressure off they are so new” and she followed the post with a red heart emoji.

Louisa announced the name of her baby – Aura Olivia Bhanvra – exclusively to OK! after her birth.

Louisa and model fiancé Ben Bhanvra, 30, explained the reason for calling her the beautiful moniker, telling OK!: "Her middle name is Olivia as that was my nan's middle name."

Discussing the inspiration behind her name more, Louisa added: "People keep asking us where Aura came from but we don't really know. It was on our list.

"We just both loved the name and we don't know anyone else with it," she continued.

"We wanted something quite different but not really out there and something that will carry her through every stage of her life."

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