Louisa Lytton has taken to social media to reflect on the tumultuous year of 2020, which saw her reschedule her dream wedding.
The EastEnders actress, 31, was set to walk down the aisle in August 2020, but the ongoing coronavirus pandemic saw her postpone her nuptials in order to celebrate properly.
Now, she plans to tie the knot with fiancé Ben Bhanvra in his hometown of York later this year, should the coronavirus restrictions that are in place, be eased.
Louisa, from Camden, North London has also revealed she is prepared to reschedule her big day again, should she not be able to celebrate in her ideal way.
Taking to her Instagram page, the brunette actress shared a snap of her posing in a wedding dress during a fitting, before the world went into total lockdown.
The actress who also starred in The Bill looked sensational as she tried on a collection of dresses before admitting she had found the perfect one.
Her snap saw her slip into a chic, see-through floor-length gown that hugged her figure in all the right places.
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The white dress looked sensational as the corset was perfectly detailed with lace embroidery as well as metallic stitching, adding an extra dose of glamour.
However, she did notice one flaw in the dress – the sheer material meant it was completely see-through, leaving Louisa's black briefs on full display.
Captioning her post, she penned: "Going to try on wedding dresses feels like a lifetime ago… My mum came to every appointment.
"I loved every dress, she chose the winner (This ISN'T it), my dress is still in the shop as I feel so anxious about collecting it?
"Not knowing if I'll even be wearing it this year? Brides . . How are you feeling? Are you still counting on 2021 for your big day or are 2022 new dates being discussed?"
Her comment section was soon flooded with women sharing the same problems, with some having completely postponed their weddings.
Speaking to OK! Magazine last month, Louise opened up on her qualms and feeling broody as she prepares for a family.
She said: "We've booked the wedding for July, we just don't know if it will go ahead. We've said that if we can't have the exact wedding we want, with all our guests, we'll postpone it again."
Louisa added that she had been broody "for a while" before admitting she would "love to have a big family".
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