Stacey Solomon has been terrorising Joe Swash with her new bush – after she installed a faux foliage wall in their house.
The Loose Women star, 31, updated her fans on Instagram with her latest DIY project as she bought a bunch of leafy wall panels from Dunelm to fix to the wall above their sofa with a neon sign on top.
Stacey told her followers: ‘Right, so Joe is doing dinner, school’s out so Playstations are in, Rex is playing in the cupboard and I am going to finally put these fejkas on the wall!’
Joe, 39, could be heard exclaiming out of shot: ‘Please God no more fejkas in this house!’
Stacey shared the whole process of nailing up the wall panels before adding: ‘Oh my gosh I love it so much but I’m actually wetting myself right now at what Joe is saying about it.’
She recorded herself saying: ‘I just think it adds a touch of nature to the wall,’ to which Joe joked: ‘It definitely does, yeah.
‘We look like we’ve got a cross between mould growing on the wall, a set from Love Island and something from Wimbledon.’
He continued: ‘Yeah, it’s lovely. I’m going to invite people in and say, “Come on, come have a look at my future wife’s bush. Look how green and healthy it looks.”’
Enjoying the various bush-themed innuendos, Stacey added: ‘Well I love my bush,’ before sharing messages from her followers who were also loving the feature wall.
Stacey and Joe have been enjoying the first few weeks of their engagement after Joe popped the question on Christmas Eve.
Despite the pandemic, the pair are still planning to get married in 2021, with Stacey telling her followers: ‘So many questions, so I’ve tried to answer the most asked ones. We are hoping to get married end of summer.
‘We know we won’t be [allowed] many people, but still unclear on exactly how many.
‘We will most likely need to have a table for every household, but again not clear with vaccine progress etc…
‘It may all be stopped like so many people’s special days have been over the last year, but planning and making bits makes me happy and trying to think positively about the future is always nice.’
Credit: Original article published here.