Stacey Solomon Shares Emotional Message About Her Sons
Presenter and Loose Women panellist Stacey Solomon has made all of her fans emotional by posting a heartfelt message about her sons Zachary and Leighton on Instagram.
The photo, which shows her in the middle of her sons from the back, was posted to her 1.4 million followers with the caption: "Was about to post this and for some reason got a bit emotional thinking, I don't have three hands."
"I need to grow another hand!" she added. "How am I going to hold all of their hands? I don't want to let them go EVER! (even though I'm sure my 11 year old will be over the moon about it).
"Ridiculous I know but I'm going to blame the hormones. So strange to think that soon two will become three."
Following her post, Stacey received tons of comments from her sweet followers to assure her.
One wrote: "You seem to have the one of the biggest of hearts and that's enough to carry them all."
While another offered a solution, saying: "Baby carrier, so special for your baby and hands free for your boys."
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Some people had had similar concerns, with one saying: "I always thought about this, but I have 4 boys now and it's amazing how much you make yourself go round them all xx".
Stacey has been open about her feelings throughout her pregnancy, with several long posts dedicated to her incoming baby and to her changing body.
On a close-up of her bump, the always-body positive Stacey asked if "anyone else's belly just suddenly become covered in fur?"
She went into detail about her body hair, hilariously saying: "I'm not upset by it one bit I've always loved my, furrier than most, body, I'm just so fascinated as to why this happens? What does it mean? Is it to keep the Furby warm?"
On Wednesday's Loose Women, Ruth Langsford gave Stacey a hint as to what the "thick, wirey" hairs on her stomach could mean.
She said: "It is very common, okay? So you don't have to worry about it. It's increased levels of hormones. Estrogen in particular can cause hair to grow in unexpected areas.
"The hair growth should return to normal within six months after giving birth."
She added that the hair could mean Stacey is expecting another boy, but we're sure we'll have to wait to know for sure.
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