Loose Women's Stacey Solomon reveals regret over wedding venue

Catherine Earp
·2-min read
Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images
Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images

Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash are planning on getting married very soon.

But after having just moved into their brand new house, Stacey admitted she wished she'd have done things slightly differently.

The Loose Women panellist shared a video on her Instagram of the garden in her new home, dubbed Pickle Cottage, showing a stunning wooden arch.

"I'll never not get massive butterflies when I walk down here," she said.

"Little pathway I'll never take you for granted I promise.

"Lots of you saying we should get married here. I bloody wish, we already booked our venue before we knew about pickle cottage and I'm sure we'd need a special licence or something."

Stacey previously delighted fans by giving them a tour of her new home, explaining the decision to move house.

"Soooo.... For a very long time Joe and me have been searching for our forever home, further from the city and closer to our family..." she said.

Photo credit: Stacey Solomon - Instagram
Photo credit: Stacey Solomon - Instagram

"A few months ago we saw a house that we couldn't even believe was on the market and in the same budget as our house now. There were SO many signs. I really believe in signs and they were everywhere and it just didn't seem real."

The former I'm A Celebrity winner previously revealed she and Joe would be getting married in July surrounded by their children, after he popped the question on Christmas Eve.

Stacey has sons Zachary and Leighton from previous relationships, while Joe has son Harry from a previous engagement. They also share son Rex together.

Sharing an official email showing they've booked their ceremony, Stacey wrote: "Just got this email through and I'm having a little cry.

"Joe defo has watery eyes as well. It's getting real now. I can't believe in a few months I'll be a Mrs with all my boys by my side."

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