Stacey Solomon says she ‘can’t wait’ for her kids to go back to school after ‘struggling in lockdown'

STACEY Solomon has revealed she "can't wait" for her kids to return to school after struggling in lockdown.

The mum-of-three, 30, and boyfriend Joe Swash have had their hands full looking after Stacey's sons Zachary, 12, and Leighton, eight, as well as the couple's son Rex, one.

Stacey told Grazia: "It’s been difficult, having all the kids at home all of the time is always difficult when you’re trying to work as well."

Despite the tough demands of parenting, they've cherished their extra time with the trio.

She continued: "Me and Joe are hardly ever in the house together – one of us is always working. So to be at home, with the kids, has been quite a blessing. We’ve got to see things together – we got to see Rex’s first steps together, we just get to be around which is really nice. "

However, after four months she's ready for the boys to receive their education from professional teachers.

"But I can’t wait for them to go back to school. I’m panicking because I’ve got to get them up to date with all their work before the summer and I think I can’t wait, soon as you’ve finished that last piece of work and school’s out…"

Back in May Stacey admitted she was keen to add to her family – as long as any new additions were as perfect as her youngest Rex.

The Loose Women presenter, 30, answered fan questions on her Instagram stories and said she would "love" to have more kids with Joe.

But she said she did not when or if it would happen it all.

Cradling Rex, one, Stacey answered the question if she would have any more kids.

She said in the video: "Somebody woke up for the most asked question! Oh my gosh, if they were all like him, I'd have a thousand.

"I don't know, you just never know what's going to happen in the future but maybe, we'd love to."

The mum-of-three also captioned the video: "100% the most asked question & this will have to be the last for now because he's awake.

"Yes we would love to but what will be will be."


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