She's due to give birth to her first baby with fiancé Ben Bhanvra in September.
And now, Louisa Lytton, 32, has gotten candid about the pressure to 'feel happy every day and not have negative thoughts' about being pregnant.
The EastEnders actress admitted that there have been times throughout her pregnancy where she's cried to her fiancé, telling him: 'I hate my body and I don't like what is going on!'
Real talk: Louisa Lytton, 32, has gotten candid about the pressure to 'feel happy every day and not have negative thoughts' about being pregnantInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
And, speaking to the Made By Mammas podcast, Louisa explained: You are pregnant so everyone around you feels like this is the best news possible.
'This is what you wanted so you should feel happy every day and not have any negative thoughts. And in my head I thought this doesn't sit right.'
The soap star, who is now at 34 weeks, said: 'I am through the first hurdle which was the sickness phase which lasted about three months which I think is quite normal for people isn't it.
'I have been quite lucky. I've had no complications Nothing's really been a problem. But.. it is really, really tough.
Actress: The pregnant EastEnders star plays Ruby Allen in the BBC One soap, but said she can't imagine wanting to hurry back to Albert Square when her little one arrives (Pictured in 2018)
'Now I am just at that final stretch of: "I am nearly there. Come on baby!" I am willing it to come early.
'My partner keeps saying can we stop with this: "it is going to be here in the next week"?
Discussing how she's feeling about giving birth, Louisa admitted that until she went on maternity leave she had been too busy to think about it.
She said: 'I have not really thought about what is happening to me. 'All of a sudden I am not working and I have got all this time on my hands. And I am driving myself mental about the labour.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'The moment I got pregnant I was like: "I can do this I was made to do this." We have done a hypnobirthing course. I was really relaxed pretty much throughout.
'Now I am going backwards again. I think it is because I know it is coming and it is coming soon. At the moment the baby is back to back and I am worried about that
'It is quite big. It is on the chart quite big so I am worried about that. That is why I just need it to happen soon. So I can stop freaking myself out about that stuff.'
Mum-to-be: She is due to give birth to her first baby with fiancé Ben Bhanvra in September
Louisa has also admitted that she doesn't think she'll be 'in a rush to go back to work' once her first child is born, as she revealed her plans to stay at home 'for a year.'
She said: 'I'm at home being a mum.