Helen Flanagan shares Italy wedding plans after postponing Scott Sinclair nuptials again

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Helen Flanagan postponed her nuptials to her fiancé Scott Sinclair so everything is a "bit safer" by the time they exchange their vows.

Now, the ex-Corrie actress, 30, who has just welcomed her third child – a son Charlie – with her footballer partner, 32, has revealed to OK! how the wedding plans are coming along.

"We’ve had to pull back on the plans because of the pandemic as we’d like to get married in Italy," she explained in our new interview.

"But I can’t wait for us all to have the same name, I’m so looking forward to our wedding."

Helen added: "Right now I wouldn’t plan to get married abroad as I’ll get so invested that I’d be devastated if it all changes.

"I just want to wait until everything is a bit safer. We’re thinking 2023."

The star went on to explain: "It will be such a nice celebration because Scott and I have been together for such a long time and because of that we do want a big wedding.

"I have looked at locations in England but I’m really picky.

"I’ve just not seen anything yet that feels sentimental – I’m quite romantic and want something that’s perfect for us."

Helen also revealed whether she is sticking to her word about having no more children now she is a mum to Matilda, Delilah and baby Charlie.

After the star said earlier this year that Charlie would be her last baby, Helen admitted: "Well, it’s funny because when you feel so dreadful you do think, 'No way, absolutely never will I ever have another baby,' but as soon as Charlie arrived I just thought, 'You’re so worth it.'

"I’m not ruling out having another, I’ve always said in my head I wanted four."

She continued: "I think for women it’s really sad to say, 'This is my last baby.'

"And Scott is very laid-back about it. But I would have to wait until Charlie is a bit older."

Read Helen's full interview – and see all the pictures from her OK! shoot – here.

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