Stacey Solomon announced that she was taking a short break from social media to take some time to herself.
The Loose Women star, 30, has returned to her popular Instagram page today after revealing to fans on Wednesday that she needed a break.
Stacey took to her Instagram Story to share a photo of her son Rex to reveal that she would be absent for the rest of the day.
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"I'm going to be off my stories today," she revealed.
"For anyone who's having an awful day. Or feeling alone… I really hope this smile brings you a moment of happiness.
"Even on the saddest days, Pickle you give us so many moments when we forget all that's happening and only know the joy you bring us…' reflected Stacey.
The post came just as Stacey and her boyfriend Joe Swash shared the heartbreaking news that his beloved grandmother had died.
The 38 year old dad-of-two admitted he felt “excruciating” pain at not being able to say goodbye to her as he wrote an emotional message to her on his Instagram page.
Joe posted a photo of him with his Nanny Fran, who is holding Joe and Stacey Solomon’s newborn son Rex while the pair are sitting on a brown suede couch in the couple’s home.
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He then wrote a touching tribute to his late grandmother in the caption.
Joe, who’s ten month old son Rex recently took his first steps, wrote: “Goodnight Nanny Fran,” followed by a broken heart emoji.
He then added: “Sleep well. I miss you so much already. I’m heartbroken. I wish I could have spent more time with you. I wish I could have seen you more before you left us.
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“I wish I could have said goodbye. But I know you know how much we all love you and you’ll be watching down on us, looking after us forever more. Goodbye Nan. Love you.”
Sharing a message to some of his 1.4million Instagram followers who have lost someone during the coronavirus pandemic, he added: “Thinking of all of those who have lost loved ones during this awful situation.
“Thinking of all of the people who weren’t able to be by their loved ones side.
“Those who won’t be able to say goodbye at their funerals. It’s excruciating. And cruel. Sending so much love your way.”
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