Stacey Solomon jokes she’s jealous of romantic swans as they move faster than her slow-paced relationship with Joe Swash – The Sun

STACEY Solomon joked that she was "jealous" of a pair of London swans as they had moved faster than her relationship with boyfriend Joe Swash.

The star described the birds' "love story" on Loose Women and joked: "They have moved quicker than Joe and I have in our relationship!"

Stacey, 30, added: "I am jealous of the swan."

The mum of three told viewers about a "lonely London swan" who had finally found romance after "four years of swimming alone".

She revealed the "adorable" birds have since settled in Hampstead Heath and now have a family together.

Stacey – who shares a son Rex, one, with Joe – returned to social media today after deciding to have a 'phone in a drawer day' following a sleepless night with her youngest son.



She greeted her fans as she and Rex enjoyed a cuddle in bed to Debbie Reynolds' hit song Good Morning.

Wearing a pair of black and white star print pyjamas, the former X Factor contestant was sporting her usual cheesy grin as one-year-old Rex laid next to her in his white babygrow.

As the mother and son duo laid there laughing, Stacey captioned the clip: "Goooood Morning. Felt weird without you yesterday. Hope you're all ok! HAPPY FRIYAY."

The Loose Women panellist was then back to her usual self and sharing hilarious content of her adorable little boy.


On Thursday the star shared a photo of a list of turning negatives into positives and things to be grateful for to her Instagram Stories and wrote on the image: "Pickle woke up. He’s settled himself back down And I’m laying here just reading this over and over."

She continued: "I’m going to have my 'phone in a drawer day' tomorrow… I try and do it once a week and i think i’ll need it in the morning.

"Love you all, i hope you have the best day. night night/good morning," she added.

The former Queen of the Jungle often takes breaks from social media to benefit her mental health.

 

 

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