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‘I’ve got to sort my life out!’ Stacey Solomon says she’s not prepared for new baby

Stacey Solomon says she needs to sort out her life before arrival of new baby   (STACEYSOLOMON/INSTAGRAM)
Stacey Solomon says she needs to sort out her life before arrival of new baby (STACEYSOLOMON/INSTAGRAM)

Stacey Solomon has said she needs to ‘sort out’ her life out before the arrival of her new baby.

The 33-year-old is just weeks away from giving birth to her fifth child – her third with husband Joe Swash, 40 – after announcing that she was eight months pregnant in December.

The Loose Women star said about her pregnancy: "We’re so grateful and really, really excited.

"I’m on sort-out fever because usually at this time of year I feel like I need a fresh start anyway so in January I do it all.

"I’ve sorted everyone else’s lives out and now I’ve got to sort mine out," she explained to Metro.co.uk.

The pregnant Loose Women presenter with husband Joe Swash with their blended family (Instagram/StaceySolomon)
The pregnant Loose Women presenter with husband Joe Swash with their blended family (Instagram/StaceySolomon)

“But I feel like I’m nesting and getting ready for the new baby so it’s on overdrive."

The TV presenter, who will be back on screens next week with the second series of her BBC One show Sort Your Life Out, added: "It’s terrible, all I can think about is what I’ve got to organise next."

Solomon, who is already mother to sons Zachary, 14, Leighton, 10, and Rex, three, and one-year-old daughter Rose, recently shared that her pregnancy came as a “surprise”.

During an appearance on Lorraine last week she said: “Nearly there now, very soon. It was a surprise but we’re so grateful that we get the chance to do it again.”

The star announced in December that she was eight months pregnant (Instagram)
The star announced in December that she was eight months pregnant (Instagram)

She also discussed how she balances family and career. "I cannot do everything at once. It’s impossible, unless you’ve got a week off...

“My eldest [child] is happy to live in a pigsty. My middle is really regimented and can’t function if things are not in the right place.

"The littlest ones I have to sing the tidy-up song.”

She continued: “Not everyone wants to be fine and tidy; that’s how I function. People ask how I keep things organised – I couldn’t have them if I wasn’t organised.

“Joe is the opposite; he lives in a mess that he understands. He does try really hard, bless him. He’s the most incredible dad and husband.” Solomoon Thursday.