Stacey announced that another ‘pickle’ is on the way (Picture: @staceysolomon/Instagram)
Stacey Solomon has revealed she is having another baby with fiancé Joe Swash.
The Loose Women star, 31, shared the news on Instagram, revealing that her and Joe, 39, had been trying ‘for a long time’.
Alongside a cute family picture, Stacey wrote: ‘We are growing another pickle. We’ve never felt so grateful… I have no words.
‘We didn’t think we would get the chance. We love you all to the moon and back.’
But when is the latest Solomon baby due, and how many children does Stacey have? Here is all you need to know.
How many children does Stacey Solomon have?
Stacey is already proud mum to three little boys, and step-mum to yet another boy.
She often shares snaps and videos of them on social media, and regularly discusses her experience as a mother on Loose Women.
The boys all share their mum’s dazzling smile (Picture: @staceysolomon/Instagram)
Stacey’s eldest son Zach was born on March 21, 2008 – making him 13-years-old.
She had her first child with ex-boyfriend Dean Cox when she was aged 17, a year before competing on X Factor.
Second oldest child is nine-year-old Leighton, born on May 5, 2012.
Stacey welcomed Leighton to the world with then-fiancé, Aaron Barnham – however, the pair split in 2014.
Rex, also known as ‘Pickle’, was born May 23, 2019 – making him two-years-old.
Rex was born to Stacey’s fiancé Joe, who she started dating back in 2015.
Stacey is also a step-mum to Joe’s 13-year-old son Harry.
Joe shares Harry with his ex-fiancée Emma Sophocleous.
They were were together between 2005 and 2008, and welcomed their son in 2007.
When is Stacey Solomon’s due date?
It is not clear when Stacey Solomon’s due date is, but fans have been speculating based off the timing of her announcement.
Many parents-to-be wait until the end of the first trimester to announce their pregnancy.
This would mean Stacey could be around three months pregnant and therefore expecting her little one by the end of the year or early in 2022.
Watch this space!
Credit: Original article published here.