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Stacey Solomon sends sons to bed after they trash the garden during Dungeons and Dragons war

STACEY Solomon sent her sons to bed after they trashed the garden during a game of Dungeons and Dragons war.

Stacey, 30, gave fans a glimpse of how she disciplines the kids when she shared a video of her sweeping up after the mess they’d made.

Stacey has son Zachary, 12, with ex-boyfriend Dean Cox and eight-year-old Leighton with ex-fiance Aaron Barnham.

She said she had ordered the lads to bed after seeing the chaos in her garden but realised too late that she should have made them clean it up – as she swept up polystyrene that had been shattered into dozens of little pieces.

Sharing a video to her Instagram Story, Stacey wrote: “When you think aw the big boys are playing so nicely and being super quiet… Then you look outside and they’ve had a ‘Dungeons and Dragons’ war using all the pulystyrene we’ve been collecting…

“I sent them to be when what I should have done was made them stay up all night sweeping it up.”

Earlier in the day the family, inlucding baby Rex and Joe Swash, enjoyed a day out at the farm.

Stacey laughed as Rex was obsessed with milking a fake cow, and the older boys played together.

The Loose Women star previously admitted she dreads Leighton and Zachary leaving to stay at their dads’ on the weekends.

She told fans earlier this year: “Can’t wait to see the pickles before they head off to their Daddy’s for the weekend.”

She shared a crying emoji and later that night admitted she will keeping herself “busy” over the weekend.

“The boys are away with their daddys and Joe is away dancing on ice so I’m going to try and keep myself busy and see what I can organise.”

Last year she admitted she felt guilty about having babies with different dads after jibes from friends.

Speaking to Closer Magazine about her boys and past relationships, she said: “I did feel guilty about having babies with different dads.

“I didn’t want my kids to have a negative or confused upbringing.

“There’s a stigma about having babies with different partners – I’ve definitely felt pressure from people – people I don’t know, and even people I do know.”

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