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EastEnders star Lacey Turner glows as she cradles her bump at baby shower ahead of birth of first child

EastEnders star Lacey Turner is expecting her first child with her husband, Matt Kay, and was thrown a beautiful baby shower by her friends.

The star, who plays Stacey Fowler on EastEnders, shared some pictures from the shower on her Instagram account, as she thanked her loved ones for the special day.

Stacey posted shots of the group standing beneath a gold and yellow balloon arch, as she stands in the middle wearing a stunning yellow dress.

The 31 year old actress wrote: “Im a lucky girl. thank you to all the lovely ladies for making today so special but most of all thank you to @daisy90 @bevharv@lily_.harvey @nannychick !! My gals did good.” [sic]

She shared more pictures to her Instagram stories, revealing stunning details of the day such as the cake, the amazing food and a sweet station.

The pictures revealed that the gold and white colour theme appears to have been continued throughout the baby shower.


Posing with two friends, Stacey is a vision as she cradles her baby bump, underneath a flowing yellow dress with crochet detailing, as her brunette hair falls down around her shoulders.

Last month, Lacey opened up on her pregnancy in a brave and honest chat with Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on This Morning, revealing she didn’t allow herself to get excited about her pregnancy until she passed the 20 week mark – after she had tragically suffered two miscarriages before.

Speaking about the moment she discovered she was pregnant for a third time, she told the hosts she thought: "Oh, well don't get excited. I ignored it until I was 10 weeks. I thought maybe that would work.


"I got to seven weeks and thought, 'don't get excited,' then eight, nine, my family would say it was time and I told my mum not to talk about it.

"It wasn't until I got to about 20 weeks and then I thought, 'ooh, maybe we are going to have a baby.'"

Discussing how she suffered two miscarriages at seven weeks, she continued: “I got to seven weeks this time and I started to recognise the same things were happening. The cramps, the bleeding. I sat on my own on the sofa and just cried. I went to see the doctor so he could confirm it wasn’t living anymore.

“I got there and it was, and there was a heartbeat. My progesterone levels had just dropped. I was given progesterone drops and that is what I believe saved my baby."

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