Stacey Solomon is one blissful mum.
The Loose Women panelist, 30, could not assist however gush over her three boys as they performed within the snow with her fiancé Joe Swash.
And regardless of being a proud mum of three boys, Stacey stated she typically will get requested whether or not she longs to offer delivery to a child girl sooner or later.
Taking to Instagram, Stacey – who shares Leighton and Zachary with ex Aaron Barham, as effectively as child Rex with Joe – acquired candid with her followers as she opened up about the prospect of including a little girl into the combo.
“I get asked a lot ‘will you try for a girl now?’ ‘Do you wish you had a girl?’ Not in a horrible way just asking in a well meaning way,” she wrote on her Instagram Story.
“I have Theo,” she wrote alongside a laughing emoji, referring to her feminine Pomeranian pooch. “She’s my girl.”
“I’m so grateful to have these boys in my life… There’s literally nothing I love more than taking them down John Cena style, especially in the snow.”
Though attempting for an additional child is not topping Stacey and Joe’s to-do listing at this second in time, it is undoubtedly one thing the pair have mentioned previously.
Last year, Joe stated having a daughter is a “temptation” for the pair as he chatted about increasing his brood.
Stacey is already a proud mum to 3 boys whereas Joe has son Harry from his earlier relationship with Emma Sophocleous.
After Stacey and Joe acquired collectively in 2015, the pair have been inseparable since as they continued to go from power to power constructing their household.
After being quizzed on whether or not he want to have a daughter, Joe instructed OK! magazine: “I think that would be the biggest temptation for Stacey and I.
“Not that having one other boy can be dangerous, as a result of we simply love youngsters and love so as to add to our household.
“But if we do, it would have to be just one more time, otherwise we’ll be like The Brady Bunch with kids coming out of our ears!”
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