'I want to be prepared': Stacey Solomon says she will find out the gender of her baby with Joe Swash

Deepika Rajani
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Stacey Solomon revealed that she will find out the sex of her baby, during an interview on This Morning (ITV)

Stacey Solomon has revealed that she and partner Joe Swash will find out the gender of their baby.

During an appearance on This Morning with Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes, Solomon admitted that she was too “impatient” not to find out whether she’s having a daughter or another son.

“We’re definitely going to find out. We’re super impatient and I want to be prepared,” the Loose Women star said.

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“At first I did think I’d like to have a girl but then I started panicking – I don’t know girls. But in all honestly, I’d be grateful to have whatever,” the mum of two boys continued to comment.

Solomon’s confirmation of wanting to find out the sex of her baby comes after Swash was forced to deny that he accidentally revealed that they were expecting a baby boy.

After he posted a video of himself on social media saying “yeah boy”, fans began to speculate that he was referring to the gender of his unborn child with Solomon.

The Loose Women star explained that she will also return to work following the birth of her third child (ITV)

However, the former EastEnders actor set the record straight when he explained: “Just so you know I didn’t announce the gender of mine and Stacey’s baby. I was actually saying ‘yeah boy’, because Arsenal had scored. So Just to get that straight, because she would kill me.”

Solomon also told Langsford and Holmes about her plans to return to the work following the birth of her baby.

“I will definitely want to get back to work,” she confirmed.

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The TV panellist previously revealed that she won’t be taking maternity leave in the final few weeks of her pregnancy.

During an interview on Chris Evans’ Virgin radio breakfast show, she said: “I’m self-employed so if I don’t work, I don’t get paid. In this industry you can only earn while you’re earning and it might be a situation that I have work now but in six months time I might not. I will carry on working.”