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Stacey Solomon cracks up realising she drew eyebrows on wonky for a day of Zoom calls and we’ve all been there

Stacey Solomon has shared a hilarious Zoom fail with fans after realising she managed to draw her eyebrows on wonky for a day of calls.

The Loose Women star, 31, cracked up as she told fans about her mishap – which she realised after ’a million calls’.

Sharing the size and shape comparison, Stacey laughed as she said: ‘I’m just on the toilet and I’ve only just realised how terribly I’ve drawn my eyebrows today.

‘I’ve drawn this one really high and thin and this one really low and fat.

‘All I keep thinking is I’ve done about 32 Zoom calls today where they must be thinking: “Is she alright with that question because she looks a little dubious?”’

Don’t worry, we’ve all been there hun.

Stacey’s eyebrows, as they normally look (Picture: Instagram/ staceysolomon)

The mother of three had been taking part in interviews to promote her upcoming book, Tap to Tidy: Organising, Crafting & Creating Happiness in a Messy World, which is out in March.

She’d revealed earlier in the day that fiancé Joe Swash was taking their one-year-old son Rex out for the day so she could crack on with six hours of interviews in peace.

Stacey’s new book will give fans hints and tips to help them organise their homes like she has done.

The presenter shares daily updates on Instagram about her cleaning, DIY and organising system for her spotless home which she shares with Joe and Rex, and her two older sons Zachary, 12, and Leighton, eight.

She says in her book: ‘At a young age – I was just 17 when I became pregnant – I became a mum myself.

‘That meant there was me, my brother, my sister, my baby son, Zachary, and my mum all living in one small house, with no space to be messy.’


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