Stacey Solomon has revealed she and Joe Swash are getting married this year after he proposed on Christmas Eve.
The Loose Women panellist and her 38-year-old beau got engaged on December 24, and now the 31-year-old star has shared a glimpse of a scrap book on her Instagram Story detailing their ‘love story’.
She has put a date next to all of the significant events in their romance, including their wedding set for 2021.
The book reads: ‘Stacey & Joe’s Love Story. Fell in love – 2015. Our first home – 2018. We became parents again – 2019. Got engaged – 2020. We’re getting married – 2021.’
Stacey – who has son Rex, 19 months, with Joe, as well as Zachary, 12, and Leighton, eight, from previous relationships – added: ‘My sister sent me some labels for my scrap book so I’ve put the boys to bed and spent the evening sticking them in by the fire’.
The former X Factor contestant ended her social media hiatus to announce her and Joe’s festive engagement after the former EastEnders actor – who has 13-year-old son Harry from a previous relationship – popped the question while on a family walk in the woods.
She said: ‘Sorry for the radio silence. I had everything planned ready to go. I knew exactly what I was doing. And then…
‘Today we went for a walk in the woods… Like we always do. But it didn’t look the same – actually full-on blubbering as I write this…
‘And Joe with our boys, in my favourite place in the world… He asked me to marry him.’
Joe previously admitted he planned to propose when Stacey least expected it.
He said: ‘She’s not going to expect it. It’s going to take her from the sides.’
And days after announcing the engagement, Stacey admitted calling him her fiancé ‘just doesn’t get old’.
She added: ‘Just wanted to come on here and say, thank you so much for all of your lovely messages and kindness it means the world. Sharing this with you was like telling my family
‘Thank you for everything in 2020 couldn’t have done it without you… I can not wait for a fresh new year to begin. Hoping that 2021 brings hope, happiness and health with it. Love you all to the moon and back…’
Credit: Original article published here.