Stacey Solomon delivered her third child “Much earlier than planned”.
She delivered her third but first with boyfriend Joe Swash at least a month earlier than planned. Joe shared the picture of Stacey on her hospital bed probably unconscious and then you see her holding the child who still has some blood here and there.
Joe wrote “This morning. A lot earlier than planned I watched the love of my life, bring a new life into the world. We are overwhelmed, overjoyed and apprehensive of what’s to come. Mummy and baby are well and resting”.
“We are so grateful for all of the love, support, and positivity we’ve received over the last 8 months. I’m lost for words to describe how I’m feeling. So for now, I’m going to spend the next few days and the rest of my life falling more in love with these two humans.
“I didn’t think it possible but, today I witnessed the impossible. My partner, My love, my life, you are a superhuman. I am forever in awe. Joe X”
Stacey looked quite exhausted after her delivery. The world started congratulating them.
Sam Faiers said: “Wow congratulations, such beautiful words xxxx”
“All the love,”Laura Whitmore added.
And Stacey’s Loose Women co-star Andrea McLean added: “Oh my goodness!! Congratulations!!! I’m so happy for you all. Sending you so much love”
Stacey is already a proud mommy to Zachary who is 11 years old and Leighton who is six years old. Joe who is 37 years old is also father to Harry who is 11 years old.
The couple is yet to announce the name and gender of their very first baby.
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Stacey always said that the society wanted her to think about third women or third father. But she silenced every one by saying that
“I would never let society determine my life, for sure, so it would never have stopped me from having a baby but it often made me question things I wouldn’t question if I wasn’t listening to anyone else’s advice.
“For example I would just fall in love and procreate and go on the journey that life takes you, but when people have an opinion or have something to say about the fact that you’re not with the father of your children and to be with someone else and have more children does make you sit there and go, ‘Am I doing the wrong thing or is this okay?, ‘Should I or shouldn’t I?’ and you do question it more.
“But I wouldn’t say that anything changed in terms of those opinions affecting how I live my life but they definitely do put pressure on where you question yourself unnecessarily.”