Stacey Solomon has shared an adorable clip of her nine-month-old son Rex saying ‘mum’ for the first time.
The Loose Women presenter, 30, took to her Instagram Stories to post the sweet clip of herself and Rex snuggled on the bed as she tried to get him to speak.
While he was making sounds, Stacey tried to decipher what he was trying to say and said: ‘A daddy? mummy? Have a great day?’
Big moment: Stacey Solomon, 30, has shared an adorable clip of her baby son Rex, nine months, saying ‘mum’ for the first time
Rex then started to say ‘mum’ to which Stacey’s mouth opened in shock as she started to say it along with him.
Along with the clip, Stacey wrote: ‘Chatty pickle this morning. He’s finally getting the hang of “mum”. It’s only taken me nine months of brainwashing.’
The former X Factor star, who is spending a lot of time at home in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic, later posted another clip of Rex playing in a ball pit.
Clearly relishing her family time, Stacey posted another photo of herself lying next to Rex as he slept and wrote: ‘Morning nap time, I’m going to do some bits and bobs to really try and still my mind with everything that’s going on at the moment!’
Cute: The Loose Women presenter took to her Instagram Stories to post the sweet clip of herself and Rex snuggled on the bed as she tried to get him to speak
It comes after Stacey hinted she won’t be grabbing a razor anytime soon, as she stays at home during the coronavirus outbreak.
The mother-of-three took to Instagram Stories to post a video of her attempts to relax after a busy day, and described her unshaven pins as those of an ‘abominable snowman.’
As Stacey enjoyed a cup of tea and some chocolate during her relaxing day, she appeared to respond to fans who were concerned about her grooming routine.
Coax: While he was making sounds, Stacey tried to decipher what he was trying to say, saying: ‘A daddy? mummy? Have a great day?’
Stacey previously joked about her unshaven legs during her pregnancy last year, admitting she couldn’t shave below the knee due to her large baby bump.
After posting a video of her bump in a tight green dress, she wrote in the caption: ‘As I’ve gone back to post this and watched it back, I’ve notice my leg situation.
‘For anyone who is offended you’re more than welcome to pop over and assist me in shaving them as I’m unable to reach below the knee. Sorry not sorry.’
Playtime: The former X Factor star, who is spending a lot of time at home in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic, later posted another clip of Rex playing in a ball pit
The star has also been open about her fears around the coronavirus outbreak, and recently revealed that she was forced to reschedule her son Zachary’s 12th birthday celebrations.
Taking to Instagram on Tuesday to tell her fans, she wrote on a selfie: ‘Work has been cancelled today, I’m smiling in this picture but I’m actually feeling really nervous…
‘I’m going to take the boys to school and spend the rest of the day working things out. So I’ll be off my stories for a while.
Hilarious: Stacey Solomon has hinted that she won’t be shaving her ‘abominable snowman’ legs until she returns to work after the coronavirus pandemic
‘I need to sort things outs for Zachy’s birthday Saturday (we had to book to go to Butlins not going to happen).
‘So need to think fast! I hope you’re all ok today. Look after yourselves. See you soon, love you all.’
Despite the bad news, Stacey was determined to share some positivity on her social media as she shared some snaps while smiling beside beau Joe Swash and nine-month-old son Rex.
Playful: Stacey admitted she might not shave them again until she is able to return to work following the outbreak
In a lengthy caption, she wrote: ‘For anyone who’s news feed isn’t making them feel good at the moment. It’s been a weird day.
‘I don’t have any hand sanitizer or secret government information for you (Although Susan might disagree) all I do have to offer is some smiles, hopefully some silliness & laughter during these unsettling times.’
Detailing her struggle to buy food, she added: ‘Today we went to the shops (must be crazy I know) There was no pasta, rice, canned goods or hand wash.
‘But luckily no one is stockpiling Daim bars or storage jars so I managed to get my essentials.
Staying positive: Stacey has previously shared her own anxieties around the virus pandemic, but insisted she’d try to bring some happy moments to her followers
‘I know it’s a really unnerving time at the moment but I’m so glad we’ve got each other. I’ll be back on my stories tomorrow And hopefully we can cheer each other up Love you all… Happy Tuesday.’
Taking the time to thank those on the frontlines of the coronavirus outbreak, she went on: ‘Massive shout out to every healthcare professional, teacher, public service worker, supermarket staff, shop owners who are. and always have, worked tirelessly and selflessly to be there for us.
‘And thinking of all of the small business and big businesses having to shut, staff who are being laid off without any help, unsure of what to do, parents who are worried about supplies, and the most vulnerable basically just B***dy EVERYONE.’
Keep happy: Stacey also recently shared an uplifting snap with her boyfriend Joe Swash and Rex