Stacey Solomon admits she's not made any further wedding plans after surprise house move threw life into chaos

PLANNING for her much anticipated wedding to Joe Swash has been put on hold as Stacey Solomon renovates their new home.

The famous couple were supposed to get married later this year at their new home dubbed, Pickle Cottage, but Stacey has been distracted with remodelling, and her busy work schedule.

"I just don't do it all! My wedding has not got any further from when I started planning it last year. We didn't foresee moving house," she told Ok!

The Loose Women panellist, 31, and  Joe, 38, stumbled upon their new home in Essex and couldn't miss the opportunity to buy it.

But getting the house ready for family life means they are "behind on everything".

Stacey also admitted the wedding will most likely be very scaled back while the Covid pandemic leaves planning almost impossible.



"It will just be me, Joe, my family and the rabbi in the garden at this rate. No food, no disco, nothing," she said.

"So I've not sorted out my wedding and I've not sorted out this house."

Stacey who also has her own clothing range with In The Style, revealed she has enlisted the help of her dad David and sister Jemma help her with her kids.

"I couldn't do it all on my own. I might never get another job so I've got to take the opportunities while they're there," she explained.

Stacey and Joe moved into their new £1.2million Essex mansion last month.

The 31-year-old Loose Women panellist is mum to Rex, one, with Joe and has two other children Zachary, 12, and Leighton, eight, from previous relationships.

Stacey was just 17 when she fell pregnant for the first time with then-boyfriend Dean Cox.

The pair split before Zachary was born, and Stacey went on to welcome second son Leighton in 2012 with ex-fiance Aaron Barham.

They split in 2014, and the star has been loved-up with Joe since 2015.

Stacey previously confessed that she used to feel "guilty" about having babies with different dads, sharing at the time: "I didn't want my kids to have a negative or confused upbringing.

"There's a stigma about having babies with different partners – I've definitely felt pressure from people – people I don't know, and even people I do know.

They split in 2014, and the star has been loved-up with Joe since 2015.

Stacey previously confessed that she used to feel "guilty" about having babies with different dads, sharing at the time: "I didn't want my kids to have a negative or confused upbringing.

"There's a stigma about having babies with different partners – I've definitely felt pressure from people – people I don't know, and even people I do know.

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