Stacey Solomon drops hint she could be pregnant again soon as she lusts over Joe

The Solomon/Swash household could be extending their brood if Stacey's latest Instagram videos are anything to go by.

With the schools currently shut due to coronavirus, the Loose Women panelist has been homeschooling her two eldest children at home as she juggles work and motherhood during the pandemic.

Already juggling having her children study at home, the mum-of-three could be jugging a new arrival if Joe carries on cleaning.

Getting to grips with becoming her sons' teacher, the beauty hinted she's ready to have another baby with partner Joe Swash.

The 30-year-old, who shares 10-month-old son Rex, with the Dancing on Ice winner, 38, admitted her beau was looking "sexier than ever" as he cleaned their garden windows.

Admiring his handy work, the brunette beauty joked: "This is how we ended up pregnant the last time!"

While the former Eastenders actor was giving the glass a good scrub, the TV personality confessed life in quarantine has made her pine after her man.

"Maybe it's the lockdown but I'm pretty sure he's never looked sexier," she wrote.

Clearly a fan of Joe's knack for being clean and tidy, she exclaimed: "This day just keeps getting better…"

The loved-up post comes days after Stacey admitted she's struggling homeschooling her eldest son Zachary.

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Speaking on Loose Women's new online series, she's struggling to keep up with the amount of work her 12-year-old son has been set while the schools have closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

She explained: "Leighton (aged seven) goes online, signs on, ticks his thing, signs his thing and submits it.

"Zach's is so hard. He's only year seven and I thought I would know how to help him. He asks me questions and I'm like ''Zach I honestly don't know. You're gonna have to google it'."

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