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Stacey Solomon has confessed she's got some concerns ahead of her fiancé Joe Swash's stag do before the couple eventually tie the knot.
The Loose Women panellist admitted to her co-stars that she's worried 'hurtful' photos that might surface after her partner's big night out. Watch the clip here:
Later on in the episode, Stacey said she'd be 'devastated' if she was taken to a strip club for her bachelorette night.
She told the Loose Women ladies: "If you girls have got me a strip club for my hen do, I'd be devastated.
"I would be devastated. I would hate that. I don't want to see anyone naked at the best of times. Please no."
Joe and Stacey are planning to get married in the back garden of their Essex home in two months time, after a very festive proposal on Christmas Eve last year.
The pair first met in 2010 after Stacey won I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!
Joe had won the same show the year before, and met her while presenting the programme's spin-off series.
But it wasn't until 2015 that the couple started dating, eventually welcoming their first child, Rex, in 2019, and their second, Rose, last year.
Stacey and Joe revealed in an earlier interview for Loose Women's Christmas special last year that they plan to tie the knot in July this year.
Stacey has been documenting the reconstruction of her garden ahead of the big day ever since announcing their decision to have the wedding at home.
Revealing the new venue to fans last year, Stacey said in a post to her Instagram Story: "So after lots of thinking, wondering, phone calls, and then crazy rearranging we were so excited to hear tonight that we can definitely have our wedding ceremony at home.
"We are thinking [about] walking down woodland walk for our [vows] and then a reaction in this old barn. I honestly can not wait to hear your advice, your wedding stories and share this whole adventure with you all."