Stacey Solomon was struggling to fight back tears as she showed baby daughter Rose around her new pink nursery for the first time.
The Loose Women panelist gave birth to her baby girl on her 32nd birthday, in October.
Prior to Rose’s arrival, the former X Factor star – who has developed a passion for interior design – worked hard to create the dreamiest nursery for her fourth child.
The pink palace features a flower-adorned wall, a plush armchair and knitted toy rabbits perched on the shelves.
Stacey, who frequently shares the ups and downs of mum life with her 4.8million followers, took to her Instagram story to capture the moment she entered the room with Rose for the first time.
The TV presenter put together a sweet montage of the room with Ellie Goulding’s How Long Will I Love You playing in the background.
Stating that it was a huge moment for her, Stacey wrote: ‘I didn’t realise how emotional I would get about being in here with Rose.
‘Rose, I dreamed of bringing you in here, feeding you in your chair, playing with you, getting you dressed, just everything was even more special than I could have ever dreamed of.’
The mum-of-four said she ‘can’t wait’ to watch Rose grow up in her nursery.
Proving they are already mum and daughter goals, Stacey also shared a series of selfies as they donned matching pink outfits.
She added that it ‘feels like yesterday’ she was decorating the nursery and preparing for Rose to arrive.
‘I hope you love your room as much as I loved every second of making it,’ she concluded.
Rose is Stacey and fiancé Joe Swash’s second child together, as they also share two-year-old Rex.
Stacey also has older sons Zach, 13, and Leighton, nine, while the former EastEnders actor is dad to son Harry, 13, with ex Emma Sophocleous.
She said Rose seems ‘so settled’ now, and she’s already met some of her Loose Women co-stars.
However, Rose remained nameless for a few days, as the couple struggled to choose a moniker fit for their baby girl.
They decided on Rose Opal Esmé Solomon-Swash after asking fans for name suggestions.
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