Stacey Solomon has teased when her baby will be due as she speaks about her pregnancy and baby bump.
The 31-year-old Loose Women panellist answered questions from fans on her Instagram Story, and revealed that her “muffin tops” were growing more than her bump.
Stacey, who is expecting her fourth child and second with fiance Joe Swash, was asked directly by one fan: “When are you due?”
While not giving away the exact date, Stacey did reveal that her newborn should be with her before the end of the year.
Answering the question, Stacey wrote: “So many of you asking this and how my ‘bump’ is growing… I’m due towards the end of the year… I don’t have much of a bump as yet.”
While her bump might not be showing too much as yet, with her pregnancy thought to be around the 14 weeks mark, there is one sign that she is carrying a baby making itself know.
She continued: “But my muffin tops are growing at a rapid speed.
“I love them, my little side cushions, they make me think about having Rex on one hip and the baby on the other.”
Stacey ended her Q&A by revealing that her Dachshund is enjoying bonding with her bump.
Sharing a pic of her dog lying across her stomach, Stacey captioned it: “This is where peanut loves to sleep now, right across my belly.
“Your messages have made me even more excited and grateful to be experiencing this all again.
“I can’t wait to share it all with my little family on here. Love you all LOADS. Goodnight”
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Stacey has also admitted that her planned July wedding to Joe Swash has now been postponed due to the pregnancy.
When asked if she thought she would get married before ‘pickle’ arrives, she said: “I think we’re just going to move it back a few months because both of said we’d be gutted if we were looking back at the pictures and all of our children weren’t there.”
She added: “For the sake of a few months, I think we’ll wait until the baby is born and then all of us will do it together.”
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