Stacey Solomon’s pregnant cravings make Joe Swash’s stomach churn, according to Joe Swash.
While pregnant with their second kid, Joe Swash has revealed what strange food combinations his fiancée Stacey Solomon is seeking.
Joe Swash, 39, addressed his pregnant partner Stacey Solomon, 31,’s “tummy churning” urges. The former EastEnders star is expecting his second kid with the Loose Women host, but his “biggest nightmare” is her sudden penchant for weird food combinations.
It’s the scariest nightmare I’ve ever had!
Joe Swash analyzes the UK’s eating habits in a new interview with snack maker Peperami.
He acknowledged he’s a man of “simple pleasures” as he revealed his family’s secret eating habits while working with the company to “Ban the Bland.”
He stated, “If I want a snack, it will be something that fills me up.”
“I’m a traditionalist – meat, vegetables, potatoes… “Stacey, on the other hand, like all the frills; she’ll whip up strawberries and cream on puff pastry – that’s my worst nightmare!
” Joe, who proposed to Stacey in a sweet engagement earlier this year, stated that her fourth pregnancy has changed her snacking habits dramatically.
The reality TV stars welcomed their first child, Rex, two years ago, while Stacey also has Zachary, 13, and Leighton, nine years old, from prior relationships.
Joe and his then-fiancée Emma Sophocleous have a 14-year-old son named Harry.
“She likes to eat raw cauliflower coated in mango chutney, mayonnaise, and then blended with curry powder,” the I’m A Celebrity star continued.
“She loves it, but making it for her makes my stomach turn.” Joe, on the other hand, admits to having some odd habits of his own.
“In the morning, I put jam on my cornflakes with a dash of milk,” the father of two admitted.
“My grandfather used to do it, and now I do it as well. I used to despise it, but now I adore it! ” Elsewhere in the interview, the actor discussed how a health issue forced him to leave EastEnders in 2005.
He made the remark while discussing his aspirations of returning to the show at some point because his character Mickey Miller had “unfinished business.”
He originally appeared on the show as a guest in 2003, and his acclaimed performance earned him a regular spot on the show.
He was forced to take a hiatus in 2005 after contracting Meningoencephalitis, a type of brain inflammation.
In 2008, his character was killed off. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”