Stacey Solomon shares a first look of her new house with Joe Swash in an emotional post

Bethan Rose Jenkins
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Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images
Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images

From Good Housekeeping

Stacey Solomon shared a first look at her new family home with fiancé Joe Swash in an emotional social media post.

In the snap posted on Instagram, the pair grin in front of a large, Tudor-style, black and white house. Stacey’s three sons, Leighton, Zachary and Rex (her youngest child, which Stacey shares with Joe) play on the grass, and even dog Theo hides just behind Joe's leg.

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In her heart-warming post alongside the family photo, Stacey admitted she “never in a million years” thought she would have a home like this one and felt “very emotional,” adding “it still hasn’t sunk in and doesn’t feel quite real.”

The Loose Women presenter said she was grateful to have moved closer to family members and “can’t wait to fill [the house] with love and give it [their] everything.”

Stacey ended the post by thanking followers for all the “supportive, kind, loving messages” and welcomed the “next chapter in pickle cottage.”

On her Instagram stories, Stacey shared clips of the children playing in the Wendy house, which is miniature version of the main building in the garden and is just visible in the background of the Instagram snap.

In the days leading up to the move, the mum of three has been busy cleaning and preparing to move from her previous house.

Stacey shared videos of the tasks online, including a clip of her removing the coverings she had used to decorate the cupboards in her utility room, which was nicknamed “the pink room”.

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Stacey promised to show her followers around her new house soon, as she regularly shared her home organisation and decor ideas from the family's former house.

She even released her own book on the subject, Tap to Tidy, full of organisation and crafting ideas.

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