Stacey Solomon: Pregnant star saddened as she leaves Joe Swash behind in break with sister

Loose Women panellist Stacey Solomon, 31, has taken to Instagram to inform her 4.5 million followers that she has been feeling conflicted over going on a spa break with her sister Jemma Solomon. The star, who recently announced that she and her fiancé Joe Swash, 39, are expecting another baby together, admitted that although she was looking forward to spending some quality time with her sister, she was saddened to leave her family behind at Pickle Cottage.

Stacey shared that Jemma had booked the trip for them as a Christmas present.

The pregnant presenter revealed: “For Christmas my sister booked us a spa night and we’ve never been able to use it because of lockdowns but this weekend we can finally go and I’m so excited to sleep.”

She added: “I honestly could sleep for a week at the moment.”

“I’m so excited,” Stacey concluded, as she stopped filming herself.

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“Happy Friday everyone. Love uuuu.”(sic)

Stacey lives with Joe, their son Rex, and her two sons from previous relationships Leighton, eight, and Zachary, 12.

Joe is also dad to an older son, Harry, 13, from a previous relationship.

The couple, who were set to tie the knot this summer, have decided to delay their wedding until after their new baby is born.

Stacey and Joe both agreed that they wanted their child to be present when they got married.

“We are going to move it back a bit, maybe not until next year, but we both said we’d be a bit gutted to look back at pictures and all of our babies weren’t there. 

“So for the sake of a few months, we will do it when they’re all here,” she told fans

When asked about her due date by her Instagram followers, the ITV star said it was “towards the end of the year”.


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