Stacey Solomon goes on shopping spree in Primark just hours after high street shops reopen

STACEY Solomon hit the shops this morning for an epic Primark shopping spree – just hours after high street stores reopened.

The 31-year-old star beat the long queues by kick-starting her shopping trip at today at 6am.

Non-essential retail has reopened for the first time since their doors were slammed shut four months ago.

The Loose Women panellist made the most of Covid restrictions easing by heading to her favourite stores for some retail therapy.

The TV star shared her enthusiasm last night, writing: "So excited for an early morning shop tomorrow….some of them open at 6am, so hoping it'll be quieter then."

Stacey, who is currently renovating her dream home, told her fans that she was at first hesitant to hit the high streets amid coronavirus.

She posted: "Good Morning! The sunrise was so pretty this morning. I snuck out bright and early to do a little peaceful shop.

"It's so strange and still feels a bit scary doesn't it? But it is nice and quiet this morning so it felt safe but definitely take your time and don't worry if you're not feeling comfortable just yet."

The X Factor star shared clips of her reuniting with her "favourite place" as she shopped for summer outfits and some home décor.

Stacey joked: "Went to my favourite place this morning. Oh my goodness I've missed you friend. They had so many lovely summer bits and new fejkas.

"I can't wait to accessorise pickle cottage, their home section was giving me life."

The Tap to Tidy author gushed over the store's new homeware range as she purchased a variety of items for her new pad.

After a manic morning of shopping, the TV star proudly showed off her new buys including a garden basket, new outfits for Rex and plenty of decorative flowers.

Stacey has wasted no time in getting stuck in with her latest project, with she and fiancé Joe Swash moving into a huge £1.2 million home last month.

The mum-of-three had already shared some of her visions for the property with fans, including shake-ups in the bathrooms and across the acres of land.

And after getting the wheels into motion to fix up the property's outdoor swimming pool, she turned her attention to the gorgeous stain-glassed conservatory.

With retailers reopening, the DIY guru will have plenty of time to get her stunning cottage into tip top shape, before she ties the knot in July.

Department stores, gift shops and fashion chains were among those welcoming back shoppers in the next stage of relaxing Covid ­restrictions.

The next stage of the relaxation of Covid restrictions is expected from May 17 at the earliest and will allow a “rule of six” or a two household limit indoors.

Pubs and restaurants will also be subject to the same rules, while a limited number of fans will be allowed into sporting events and hotels and B&Bs will re-open.

The earliest possible date for all legal limits on social contact being removed is June 21.

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