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Lacey Turner beams as she heads out for a sunny stroll with baby son Trilby


New mum Lacey Turner cuts a casual figure in a charcoal tracksuit and beams as she heads out on a sunny stroll with baby son Trilby and a pal

She welcomed her second child, a son named Trilby Fox, with husband Matt Kay in February.

And Lacey Turner appeared to be in great spirits as she headed out with her one-month-old son and her friend in London on Friday.  

The Eastenders star, 33, cut a casual figure in a charcoal hoodie and matching joggers as she visited a bakery during the sunny walk.  

Doting mother: Lacey Turner appeared to be in great spirits as she headed out with her one-month-old son and her friend in London on Friday

Opting for comfort on her walk, Lacey paired the look with cool mustard Nike trainers as she visited Wenzels bakery. 

The mother-of-two slicked her chestnut locks back into a messy bun and shielded her eyes from the sun with large black shades. 

Contrasting her all-grey ensemble, the soap star sported a dark pink face covering as she headed into the bakery to grab a bite to eat.

Stepping out: The Eastenders star, 33, cut a casual figure in a charcoal hoodie and matching joggers as she visited a bakery during the sunny walk

Stepping out: The Eastenders star, 33, cut a casual figure in a charcoal hoodie and matching joggers as she visited a bakery during the sunny walk

Comfy: Lacey paired the look with cool mustard Nike trainers as she visited Wenzels bakery

Laid back: The star she slicked her chestnut locks back into a messy bun as she stepped out

Comfy: Lacey paired the look with cool mustard Nike trainers and she slicked her chestnut locks back in an effortless up-do as she visited Wenzels bakery

She was joined by a friend who pushed little Trilby in his pram while Lacey held her dog’s lead as they explored the capital. 

Her friend also sported a laid back look, opting for a grey jumper and black joggers which she paired with chunky white trainers. 

Lacey’s outing comes after she recently revealed her son Trilby’s premature birth influenced her decision not to breastfeed.

The actress told how her son was rushed to a specialist unit after he was born a week premature, meaning she had to prioritise getting him fed, rather than how he was fed.

Strolling: Lacey was joined by a friend who pushed little Trilby in his pram, while the mother-of-two held her dog's lead on their walk

Strolling: Lacey was joined by a friend who pushed little Trilby in his pram, while the mother-of-two held her dog’s lead on their walk  

Speaking to The Mirror’s Sunday Notebook, the actress said she was already in two minds about breastfeeding as she found it difficult with daughter Dusty, 18 months. 

She said: ‘I was 50/50 about doing it. I found it really difficult last time and Dusty found it stressful but I kept an open mind.

‘But then when he had to be in special care, I thought, “Instead of trying my hardest to pump and get everything going, let’s just keep it as easy as possible for everybody and keep him fed.”

‘He has his last feed at 11pm and then he wakes up around 3am, and then he’s not up again until 7am!’ 

Casual: Contrasting her all-grey ensemble, she sported a dark pink face covering after heading into the bakery to grab a bite to eat

Casual: Contrasting her all-grey ensemble, she sported a dark pink face covering after heading into the bakery to grab a bite to eat

Day out: Lacey appeared to go make-up free as she stepped out, and had a pair of large sunglasses to shield her eyes from the sun

Day out: Lacey appeared to go make-up free as she stepped out, and had a pair of large sunglasses to shield her eyes from the sun

Trilby spent two days in the special care unit with Lacey revealing she and husband Kay only got to spend a few moments with him before he was taken to the unit. 

Lacey added that Trilby lost weight after he was born, dropping to 5lb 8oz, but is now well over his birth weight and is a ‘good eater’.

Trilby had fluid in his lungs, with Stacey staying in hospital for two days while Matt stayed at home to look after Dusty.

Lacey said it was ‘so strange’ to see Trilby, who had to go on a course of antibiotics, tied to lots of wires but she also realised how lucky she was when she spoke to other mothers in the hospital whose babies were born at 24 weeks.

Trilby is now at home and doing well, with Lacey adding that Dusty is besotted by her younger brother. 

Premature: Trilby was rushed to a specialist unit after he was born a week premature, meaning Lacey had to prioritise getting him fed, rather than how he was fed

Premature: Trilby was rushed to a specialist unit after he was born a week premature, meaning Lacey had to prioritise getting him fed, rather than how he was fed

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