Stacey Solomon is set to welcome her fourth child with Joe Swash (Picture: Instagram)
Stacey Solomon has unveiled her baby girl’s nursery, and it is a complete pink explosion.
The Loose Women star is set to welcome her fourth child, her second with fiancé Joe Swash, and has been busy preparing for the new arrival.
Taking to Instagram, the 31-year-old finally revealed the bedroom they had been working hard to finish, complete with a pink flower wall.
It looks to be a very popular area with other members of the family, as son Rex was seen having a whale of a time in his sister’s crib.
‘Our Baby Girl’s Room – done. To my Darling daughter, I’ve loved every single second of making this special place for you,’ she began.
‘My whole heart, and soul is in this room and I would do it all again if I could. I can not wait to bring you home here and show you everything. I can not wait to hold you, cuddle you, sing to you, feed you and put you to bed in here.
‘I’m so proud of everything in here and it’s been the best feeling making it and I’ll miss being covered in pink paint.
‘We can not wait to see you little one. To the moon and stars and back again princess, we love you.’
Stacey’s post was instantly flooded with love by impressed friends and fans, who were living for the colour scheme.
‘Rex standing in his little sisters cot got me,’ Mrs Hinch penned. ‘Such a beautiful room darling. We can’t wait to meet Princess pickle. Love to all xxx.’
Mollie King commented: ‘Wow you’ve done an amazing job!’
‘Oh Stace can I move in. so beautiful,’ Georgia Kousoulou wrote.
‘She’s a very lucky little girl to have you as her Mummy x,’ a follower added.
Stacey is set to give birth to her first daughter soon, and recently made her final appearance on Loose Women ahead of the arrival.
The expectant mum has shared much of her pregnancy journey on social media, but was last week forced to address concerns over the size of her bump.
‘Lots of people have said my bump is very small, and it really is measuring at 2% instead of 20%+ but thankfully baby is exactly where she needs to be today despite my tummy size,’ she wrote on Instagram beside a photo of her hospital scan. ‘Every pregnancy, every bump and every baby is different.
‘And as kind as people are I think sometimes it’s important to remember when telling someone they look “big” or “small” or anything in between it can be so worrying for the mummy growing a human and worrying why they look so different to someone else. And can be really scary.
‘I know people don’t mean any harm by saying “you’re so petite and tiny” but it definitely has played on my mind a lot and made me worry.’
Credit: Original article published here.