Joe Swash begs Stacey Solomon to come home as she’s forced away for TV show

Joe Swash has begged his fiancée Stacey Solomon to come home to Pickle Cottage as he and the kids are "really missing" her.

The Loose Women regular is away from her family as she is filming for her BBC One home improvement series Sort Your Life Out.

And taking to Instagram on Saturday night, former EastEnders star Joe made it clear he would rather have Stacey with him.

He shared a stunning snap of Stacey, 31, to his Instagram story and wrote over the top of it: "We are really missing you please hurry up and come home xxxx."

The 39-year-old also shared a photo of himself with their son Rex – who turns two in a matter of days – asleep in his arms.

Stacey commented underneath the post: "Miss you."

The couple moved into their new dream home Pickle Cottage recently, though Stacey did confess she thought it was "too good to be true" when they found it.

But they fell so in love with it and are even planning on having their wedding there in July.

Queen of tidying Stacey has been sharing the updates they've been making to the home on her Instagram page since they moved in.

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She's also given her followers tours, with glimpses of the toilet and even a secret bedroom which could be for any future children she and Joe decide to have.

Stacey has grown a loyal fanbase on social media thanks to her fun "Tap to Tidy" series, which sees her organise cluttered spaces in her home.

In her BBC show Sort Your Life Out, the former X Factor finalist travels the country visiting the homes of those who have been left miserable by all their clutter.

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Stacey and her team of organising fanatics – including Dilly Carter, carpenter Rob Bent and cleaner Iwan Carrington – help out families through a life-changing declutter.

She urges them to get rid of half of their belongings so they can do a really good organising session.

The BBC show brings emotional moments, as well as some tension as the family members decide what to get rid of and what to keep.

Of course, there are helpful tips for viewers along the way, until it gets to the big reveal at the end.

The show debuted in April as a one-off pilot episode, but the channel asked for six more episodes to air later this year after its success.

It means Stacey is now all over television, with regular appearances on ITV and BBC.

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