Ruth Langsford of Loose Women says Stacey Solomon’s baby name has “special meaning.”


RUTH LANGSFORD has given Loose Women viewers an insight to the ‘special significance’

Loose Women presenter Ruth Langsford has weighed in on Stacey Solomon’s baby name for her newborn daughter, one day after the Tap to Tidy star officially announced the tot’s full name. Appearing on the lunchtime ITV show, the Loose Women host gave viewers an insight into Stacey’s baby name, revealing the “special significance” behind one of the tot’s middle names.

It has special significance for Stacey and Joe

Ruth Langsford

Yesterday Stacey announced via Instagram that they had finally settled on a name for the newest member of their brood.

The flame-haired star revealed that they had decided on Rose Opal Esmè Solomon-Swash for their baby girl.

Appearing on Loose Women, Ruth gave an insight into the baby’s middle name, Opal.

Stacey’s daughter was born on her birthday earlier this month meaning that they share the same shimmering white birthstone, opal.

The wife of This Morning’s Eamonn Holmes added that the mother-of-four has two Australian gemstones in her engagement ring from her beau, as it was where the couple met.

Ruth said: “It has special significance for Stacey and Joe.”

Stacey and Joe met when the Loose Woman was crowned winner of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! in 2010 as he presented the show’s spin-off series.

However, the two only became good friends at first as Stacey was in a relationship at the time.

Six years later, the couple confirmed their romance after being spotted out together in their native Essex.

Speaking about the origin of the gemstones, Carol McGiffin gushed: “It’s all so thought through! So romantic!”

Stacey and Joe welcomed their baby daughter on October 4 and revealed that they couldn’t immediately decide on a name for her.

Just over a week later, Stacey took to Instagram to reveal that carefully chosen name that they’d settled on.


In an emotional Instagram post, Stacey wrote: “Rose Opal Esmè Solomon-Swash.

“Our beautiful flower – Our precious jewel – who is ever loved.”

She continued: “It’s been the most magical week. We love you to the moon and back our little Rose. We feel so so lucky to have you here…

“Thank you all for your loveliness, your kindness and just being there at 3am for a chat, it’s been the best. Love you all,” Stacey signed off.

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