Pregnant Stacey Solomon got candid about nerves around welcoming her baby girl.
The Loose Woman, 31, is no stranger to giving fans a glimpse into her personal life online, and she recently shared with her 4.6million followers that she’s ‘nervous’ for how her sons will feel when they become big brothers.
Stacey already has three sons – Zachary, 13 and Leighton, nine, and Rex, two – and wants to devote all her time to them before her first daughter is ‘added to the crew.’
Taking to Instagram to show the realities of mum life, organising washing and renovating her £1.2m Essex home, she wrote: ‘So many kind lovely messages saying “don’t worry about the washing and the housework she’ll be here soon rest up” but honestly that just makes me want to hold in my vagina and suck it all up.
‘I feel like there’s so much not ready for a newborn in the house.’
‘It sounds silly but I think I imagined these last few weeks I’d be making my autumn crafts, putting the finishing touches into pickle cottage and then lazing around waiting for her to arrive like in the films,’ she said.
Apparently ‘so much has been delayed’ in the dreamy home, in which the couple designed a gorgeous pink room with a flower wall for their little one, and her ‘big boys’ need her more than ever.
‘I want to give them as much as I can before a new baby is added to the crew because I’m nervous for how they’ll all feel,’ she revealed.
The TV personality also isn’t ready to let go of her independence any time soon, wanting to continue being the DIY goddess she’s proven herself to be with her creative home renovations, as well as managing general life admin.
She admitted feeling ‘disappointed’ in herself because having so much to do means very little is actually getting done.
Stacey and former Eastenders actor Joe, 39, were recently surprised by Stacey’s older sister with a lavish baby shower in their garden.
However, close friends got the wrong idea about the pink party, mistaking it for a secret wedding.
Stacey and Joe got engaged on Christmas Eve 2020 after getting together in 2016.
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