Joe Swash reveals he wants another baby with Stacey Solomon

Jen Crothers
·2-min read

From Good Housekeeping

TV presenter Joe Swash has opened up about wanting another baby with his girlfriend, Stacey Solomon.

The couple are parents to son Rex, one, and have three children, but Joe is looking ahead to the future and wants to add to the family because he's feeling broody.

The reason behind his broodiness? It's to do with the fact Rex is growing up so fast - and the swiftness of the passage of time.

Photo credit: Jeff Spicer - Getty Images
Photo credit: Jeff Spicer - Getty Images

"I look at photos of Rex, like, literally a year ago, and he was a tiny, tiny little baby and it just goes so fast," he told host Dave Berry on the Dadpod podcast.

"And now, he's like a little terror. He's up and down the stairs. He's in the cupboards. He knows where the chocolates are hidden. He is on it. He's like a little grown-up. So, it goes so fast.

"I'm really starting to miss the baby period because it does go so fast, and that is such a precious time when the baby is first born. So I'm not going to lie. I think I might have one more in me, you know? I'm getting a little bit broody."

Photo credit: ITV
Photo credit: ITV

Joe's son Harry is 13, and Stacey is mum to Zachary, 12, and Leighton, eight. She's spoken out about having another child, and won't rule out a new family member.

Speaking on Loose Women earlier this year as part of a discussion on contraception, Stacey said: "It's not a conversation I've had with Joe because neither of us know if we have finished extending our family or not."

On Instagram Stories in May, a fan asked if she and boyfriend Joe would have any more children. She replied she'd "love to", adding "if they were all like [Rex], I'd have a thousand!"

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