Stacey Solomon shares sweet moment she feels her unborn baby kicking as she jokes she's 'having a disco'

LOOSE Women panellist Stacey Solomon has shared an adorable clip of her unborn baby girl kicking inside her stomach.

The 31-year-old, who is expecting her second child with boyfriend and former EastEnders actor Joe Swash, is due towards the end of the year.

Throughout her pregnancy journey, the star has been keeping her fans updated on her popular Instagram Stories where she frequently keeps her 4.5million followers up to date on her life.

The author, who rose to fame following her stint on The X Factor, gave her followers a glimpse of her unborn daughter kicking from inside her tummy on Thursday.

In the clip, Stacey could be seen wearing white silk pyjamas that she rolled the top up to reveal her pregnant bump.

Stacey wrote over the video alongside a crying-with-laughter face emoji: "As the boys fall asleep, she starts to wake up.

"I don't even think you can see anything.

"But I'm laying here waiting for Rex to fall asleep, she's having a disco…"

It's not the first time the mum, who is expecting her fourth child, has updated her fans as earlier this week she revealed new pictures of her unborn daughter that left her in tears.

Stacey shared some ultrasound snaps with her fans, she said: "

Got in the car to go to the shop and remembered I left my baby bits in here from our scan Friday 😢.

"Baby girl was being a cheeky pickle and hiding from the sonographer but it meant that we got to see things we don't usually get to from amazing angles🥺

"Her little hands and tiny her feet Until she showed us her beautiful face 😭I can't stop looking at these 😢."

Stacey is currently a mum to her three sons Rex, two, Leighton, nine, and Zach, 13.

Earlier Stacey said that despite already being mum to three boys she didn't mind about the gender of her fourth child.

"Honestly, we are so so grateful to be pregnant and have the chance to be parents again we don't mind what pickle is," she wrote on Instagram.

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