Pregnant Stacey Solomon ‘feels like single mum’ while carrying Joe Swash’s baby

Stacey Solomon has opened up about her family dynamic and says that despite expecting her boyfriend Joe Swash's baby, she still 'feels like a single mum'.

The 29-year-old Loose Women panelist has two children from different fathers and Stacey says they are her "sole responsibility" and she doesn't expect Joe to 'take them on as his own'.

Speaking to The Sun, Stacey said that Joe "is an incredible role model," and that he "supports me fully" and "adores me and the children."

Stacey said that despite this, "fundamentally I feel like a single mum because they are solely my responsibility," and she "wouldn’t ask for anyone to take them on.”

The former X Factor finalist has been in reflective mood recently, admitting to 'feeling guilty' about having her three children with different dads.

She fears that they will have a "confusing upbringing."

Speaking about the upcoming birth, Stacey has admitted that what she is looking forward to is gorging on fast food once the baby has arrived.

Stacey said that she "knows the mess I get in," and has slated beauty treatments as a "waste of money," with McDonalds firmly in her sight as the first stop once her baby has safely arrived.

Speaking about the birth, she said it could get messy, with "placenta everywhere," but admits "I don’t think I will care."

Looking forward, Stacey has expressed her delight at being asked to return to Loose Women after her maternity leave as it's her "dream job."

Explaining why she loves her role so much, Stacey said it is "a real privilege to have a platform to have a voice," and that she gets to "sit with your friends and have a laugh."

Stacey revealed that the panelists are "all freelance," which means "if you’re not there then someone else is going to jump at the chance to do it."

The good news for Stacey is that ITV bosses will be welcoming her back to the lunchtime show as soon as she is ready to return.

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