Stacey Solomon reveals her ‘tummy is turning’ ahead of wedding to Joe Swash | The Sun

STACEY Solomon has admitted that her "tummy is turning" as she gets the wedding jitters ahead of her big day.

The Loose Women panellist is due to walk down the aisle with her fiance Joe Swash at the end of July in a romantic ceremony held at their home Pickle Cottage.


Over the weekend, Stacey, 32, took to reveal she had been busy preparing for the big day – which is just around the corner.

"It's my last day and then I can start properly getting ready to get married, I can't believe I'm getting married," she told fans on Sunday.

"Tomorrow we get started," Stacey added, admitting she was finishing up filming her TV show Sort Your Life Out.

Last week, Stacey also showed off the final preparations at her Essex mansion, and told her fans: "I'm at work now trying to squeeze in all my filming before the big day.

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"But I sat and did these this afternoon. My whole tummy is turning every day that goes by."

Showing off her sparkler wedding favours, she told fans: "Put these in a bucket of sand and will keep them in the old bath outside until the day.

"We thought it would be nice if everyone lights a sparkler with usafter the sun goes down on our special day.'"

Stacey earlier revealed how she had sparklers made specially for the big day, which she decorated with cardboard wedding tags, as the final details for her wedding prep.

"Let love sparkle for Stacey & Joe – light the way for the newly-weds," the favours were labelled, which she stacked in a metal bucket.

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"I'm at work now trying to squeeze all my filming before the big day, but I sat and did these this afternoon," Stacey wrote.

"Put these in a bucket of sand and will keep them in the old bath outside until the day, we thought it would be nice if everyone lights a sparkler with us after the sun goes down on our special day."

It comes after the Loose Women star was treated to a special Hen Do with her telly co-stars, ahead of her big day.

Before her big day, her ITV co-stars made sure to give her single life a sweet send-off, including fellow Loose Women star Jane Moore.

Making a toast, Jane could be seen standing up to tell Stacey that she is "amazing" as part of a gushing twelve-minute long speech.

Stacey then uploaded a snap showing the whole Loose Women crew, including Kaye Adams, Nadia Sawalha and Linda Robson.

The reality TV star, who recently returned from a wild Hen Do in Greece, gushed in her caption: "I love my Loose Women family so so much. Thank you for believing in me always. Six years and counting."

WEDDING BELLS

Recently, the TV star revealed her 'wedding door' ahead of her marriage.

Typically well-organised Stacey took to her Instagram page to update followers on her I Do prep.

Dressed in a pair of bridal white pyjamas and with her brunette locks flowing over her shoulders, the mum-of-four looked chuffed as she posed in front of a wooden door emblazoned with the phrase Mr and Mrs.

The area had been adorned with a stunning floral arch and surrounded with sweet trinkets including candles in see-through holders.

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White roses blossomed from plants growing in wicker pots and a heart-shaped flower instalment could also be seen propped up at the front.

The pair's youngest, Rose, could be seen playing outdoors as the preparations continued around her.



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