Stacey Solomon gets emotional on ‘rare’ night out with teenage son Zach
Stacey Solomon has shared an emotional post about her teenage son Zachary after spending some "rare" quality time with him at the 2023 Jingle Bell Ball.
The Loose Women panellist, 34, took Zachary, 15, who she shares with ex Dean Cox, and her second eldest son Leighton, 11, to the annual event, hosted by Capital FM, on Sunday, 10 December at The O2 Arena in London.
Stacey, who is also mum to Rex, four, Rose, two, and 10 month old Belle with husband Joe Swash, watched performances from the likes of Take That, Rita Ora, Alicia Keys and Zara Larsson at the star-studded event.
The mum-of-five shared an adorable video of her and Zach belting out hit Take That song Never Forget, as Stacey revealed the track means a lot to both her and her eldest son, who she welcomed when she was 18 years old.
"This song will always hit different with you Zach," she emotionally penned. "Had a rare night with the big boys last night & this was the last song of the whole concert."
She continued: "It means so much to me & Zach for so many reasons. I’ll never forget where we’ve come here from Zachy. Zach made this video & it made my heart so happy."
Stacey then said all of the performers at the Jingle Bell Ball were "SO good" before tagging them all as she gushed over her night out.
The TV star's fans flocked to comment on her post with many recalling seeing Zach as a young child when Stacey auditioned for The X Factor in 2009.
"Stacey I think all of us still remember your story from the auditions…so heartwarming watching your life evolve to the most beautiful heights," one fan said, while a second wrote: "I think of the 1st day you were on telly auditioning for the Xfactor and said you had a little boy Zack. Look how far you’ve come and what a fabulous life you’ve made for yourselves."
A third fan commented: "I feel i watched him grow with you he was so small on XFactor days , he’s a credit to you".
Stacey welcomed son Zach in 2008 when she was 18 years old with ex boyfriend Dean Cox. The following year she auditioned for The X Factor and went on to come in third place on the ITV show.
She's since gone on to carve out a successful career in TV, appearing on shows such as Loose Women and I'm A Celebrity, while also fronting her own shows, including Sort Your Life Out.
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