STACEY Solomon found herself overcome with emotion after unveiling her brand new book to fans.
The Loose Women star, 31, got her hands on a dummy copy of Tap To Tidy for the first time on Wednesday and quickly shared it with her army of followers.
Stacey's book will be packed with tips and ideas for crafting and organising 'in a messy world' and she has spent almost a year writing it.
After showing off the book cover to her 3.9 million Instagram followers, the mum-of-three was inundated with messages of congratulations.
Later, Stacey struggled to hold back tears as she thanked everyone for being so kind to her.
In a touching video, she said: "I'm just laying in the hallway waiting for my bath to run and I've not been able to sit still all day.
"I've been watching all your stories, reading all your posts and looking at all your messages. I'm trying to reply back to as many as I can, as they're just the most incredible messages!"
Welling up, she continued: "Um, thank you for today. It's been the most overwhelming feeling ever and I love you lot so much and I'm so grateful for all your support."
Giggling, Stacey added: "Now I'm going to have a bath with about 22 bath bombs. Ahhh, thrush here I come!"
After her bath, Stacey – who is newly-engaged to Joe Swash – shared a sweet picture that was taken as she held hands with two of her sons.
She added: "Goodnight everyone. Thank you for everything today and every day. I still can't get over it all and am just so blown away."
Tap To Tidy is the Instagram trend Stacey started where she magically clears up her kids’ mess at home with one "tap".
Used on a nearly daily basis on her Instagram page, it began with a simple text box but in early 2020 she created her own sticker.
It features handwriting-style text inside a circle with a heart dotting the 'i' and users simply press the screen to move to the next slide – showing her home suddenly looking spotless.
Set for release on March 4, 2021, the book will see Stacey share her "favourite small businesses across home, kids, clothing, jewellery, food and crafts," and feature a QR code to download a playlist of all of her favourite songs to craft to, from Destiny's Child to Christina Milian.
The book has already topped Amazon's Best Sellers list, despite fans not even being able to get their hands on a copy for almost three months.
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