Stacey Solomon’s’sad’ home update as she apologizes for taking a social media hiatus while pregnant.
STACEY SOLOMON has expressed her sadness at the completion of her unborn daughter’s room as she prepares to give birth soon.
Stacey Solomon, 31, is expecting her fourth child with Joe Swash, her future husband. She’s been showing followers how she’s been decorating her daughter’s room in preparation for her birth in recent weeks. She announced it was finally finished the other day.
The newly designed room has a flower feature wall and numerous tones of pink paint.
She chose a white cot, a pink chair, and grey wooden flooring for the furniture.
Stacey posted photos of the finished space on her 4.5 million-follower Instagram account.
The expectant mother posed in various parts of the room to show off her growing baby bump.
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As he stood in his sister’s cot, her two-year-old son Rex grinned for the camera.
Stacey stated in her post that she was “sorry” that the renovation was completed.
“You’re already so loved,” the Loose Women panelist wrote in a video revealing the rest of the room.
“It makes me a little sad that it’s over.”
“However, that means we’re getting closer to having you in here, which is quite exciting,” she continued.
“And you know mummy isn’t going to stop adding bits.”
Stacey’s latest Instagram post after a brief hiatus from the platform to have a scan.
Fans told her her bump appeared “tiny” given how far along she was, according to the former X Factor contestant.
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Such remarks alarmed the pregnant mother, who had scheduled a check-up.
“Sorry I’ve been so quiet, we spent the weekend checking on on princess Pickle,” she posted.
“Everything is OK. And this morning, we got to see her to double-check everything.”
“Lots of people have stated my bump is really small, and it actually is measuring at 2% instead of 20%,” Stacey wrote alongside a video of her ultrasound scans on her Stories.
“But, happily, despite my tummy size, baby is just where she needs to be today.”
“Every pregnancy, every bulge, and every baby is different,” she added.
Stacey had left. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”