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"Did you get your teeth done?" they asked.
To which Stacey replied, in an Instagram Story: "Just got out the car and I feel like this is a perfect questions to answer in pitch black. Could you see real teeth in pitch black like this?
"These are definitely not natural."
"My teeth are not real... So don't waste your money on teeth whiteners if you want them this colour," she went on.
"I actually wish I had my natural teeth. But they lost their health through pregnancy with Leighton so I have implants and veneers..."
Stacey had previously spoken out about her teeth in the past, revealing how she went from never needing a filling to seeing the dentist "more than the midwife".
She recently discussed her issues on Loose Women, telling Ruth Langsford, Janet Street-Porter and Brenda Edwards about the impact her second pregnancy had on her dental health.
"When I got pregnant with [my second son] Leighton, the front ones went all black and yellow-y weird colour and I lost a lot of the back ones, so I got plates over the top," she said on the show last month.
"Then they felt really bulbousy and I was so sensitive to the point where I couldn't even breathe in without thinking, 'Ugh! It really hurts!'"
After four months of pregnancy, the pain subsided, but by this point the damage was done.
"So then I got them done again after that because they made me so unhappy and I finally feel a bit normal with them now, even though they're obviously not normal now because they're not real," she went on.
"But I think teeth is such a personal thing and any time that someone talks about their teeth or hurting their teeth or pulling one out it honestly makes my whole mouth shudder!"
The NHS advises that some women can indeed experience dental issues during pregnancy.
These can include swollen and sore gums, due to changes in hormone levels.
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