Stacey Solomon transforms the bedroom into a cozy pink love nest with the ‘Lion King’ mirror
Stacey Solomon must work to spruce up her impressive £ 1.2million Pickle Cottage.
The adoring mum-of-three recently moved into the gorgeous Essex home and it looks like she can’t get enough of it.
The Loose Women star claimed the property needed ‘TLC’ and was already putting the finishing touches on their family tablet.
Showing off her cozy bedroom she shares with her fiancé Joe Swash, she filmed her gorgeous DIY “ lion king ” mirror.
Their new love nest was decorated in white and cream, with subtle hints of pale pink throughout.
Stacey, who has an eye for interior design, posed in the mirror for her fans as she shared her new setup with them.
She wrote on Instagram: “My lion king mirror is at home. It was a little bit damaged in transit. I have to dig up my glue gun and re-glue the needs and inflate it with the hair dryer. love here. ”
Stacey, who shares her two-year-old son Rex with Joe and has sons Zachary, 13, and Leighton, eight, from previous relationships, moved into the sprawling mansion with pool and hot tub earlier this this month.
The TV star revealed she thought it was ‘surreal’ when she moved into her Tudor-inspired dream home, given that she believed her life was over at 17 when she was. got pregnant.
She told fellow Loose Women panelists Kaye Adams, Linda Robson and Denise Welch: “We always thought we would like to get away from London and find a place we could afford with more greenery.
“A house came up, it would cost the same as our house to sell, and we were like, ‘Are we going to go? “
“Things went really quickly and fell into place, we rushed in there and traded really quickly, we all feel like we’re in an Air B&B and someone is going to say, ‘You leave tomorrow. ‘
“It’s funny, when I was 17 I was pushing Zack in a pram and I was like, ‘Oh my god my life is over,’ and people said, ‘You’re never going to go back to college. -you do?’
“So for us, especially with Zach, and it’s not because I love him more than other kids, we just had a very different life experience together.
“We were in the garden the other day and he said what I was thinking: ‘I can’t believe we’re here!’
“And I’m like, ‘Me neither Zach, what happened?'” She laughs. “It’s really surreal!”
“We were really lucky, even finding the house was lucky, these houses are not for sale, people live there forever and pass them on to the family.
“She was a wonderful woman, and she really wanted the house to go to a family and not to the developers, which generated a lot of interest.”
She added: “It was just like everything happened for a reason.”
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