Stacey Solomon glows as she lovingly cradles baby bump

Stacey Solomon was glowing as she cradled her baby bump on Saturday ahead of the birth of her baby girl with fiancé Joe Swash.

The Loose Women star, 31, announced the happy news she was pregnant at the start of the month.

The former X Factor contestant could be seen with her hand beneath her bump, donning a white vest top and shorts as she snapped a picture of herself in the mirror, sharing it to her Instagram Stories.

She wrote: ‘I hope you’re all ok this morning. It’s the last day of filming in Cornwall today. It’s so beautiful here and I’m so grateful to be working.

‘But I can honestly say I hate being without the boys… I miss waking up to them and their skid marks.’

Referring to her unborn child, she continued: ‘It’s just me and you princess. I’m so glad I have you here with me little one. Happy Saturday everyone.’

Stacey – who already shares son Rex, two, with actor Joe, 39, and sons Zach, 13 and Leighton, nine, from previous relationships – added: ‘Miss you all when I’m off of here (Instagram)…

‘You guys crack me up and keep me going. Can’t wait to be back soon ready to start project nursery.’

Stacey and Joe got engaged on Christmas Eve last year after he arranged a romantic floral display in the woods and popped the question.

Former EastEnders star Joe accidentally revealed during an April appearance on Loose Women that the pair would be saying ‘I do’ at their Essex home Pickle Cottage on 25 July.

On Wednesday Stacey shared some items she’d bought for her baby on Instagram, with the television personality voicing her excitement.

She said in a video: ‘I can’t even describe how weird it feels buying this stuff.’

Holding some items to her growing bump, Stacey added: ‘There she is. I’ve never bought anything like this in my life. Best day ever.

‘My tummy keeps going funny. I can’t believe she’s coming.’

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