Stacey Solomon fights back tears as she shares latest transformation of 'little princess' daughter's nursery
STACEY Solomon couldn't help getting emotional as she showed off the transformation of her unborn daughter's nursery.
The Loose Woman star, who is currently pregnant with her fourth child, shared before and after pictures of the room as she had new flooring laid and created a rose feature wall.
The 31-year-old has been using her DIY skills to transform the "little princess"nursery at her £1.2million Essex home.
Stacey worked her magic by overhauling the plain room, which originally featured white walls, cream carpet and mint green curtains.
The TV star shared the updated revamp with a showstopping rose pink feature wall and a statement mirror.
She also removed the carpet and replaced it with some chic wooden flooring.
Stacey gushed: "I could honestly cry, it's such a lovely flooring. And just makes it feel so much bigger and cleaner in here."
The telly favourite then posed wearing a pink jumper tied above her growing baby bump.
She teased: "There are a few more bits I need to do in here and furniture to put up and then I promise I'll show you the full room I just want it to be totally done first.
"I am so so proud of it in here and I get so emotional just being in here.
"We cannot wait to bring home our little princess."
It comes as Stacey has revealed her due date – explaining she is set to give birth at the end of next month.
She explained: "I know she's going to be here in eight or nine weeks so I just think: 'Oh no, I've got to get so much done!'"
In an Instagram video, Stacey gave fans a rough due date with followers while apologising for not being as active on social media as she usually is.
It means her new arrival – the star's first daughter and second child with fiance Joe Swash – will be born at the end of September or the start of October.
The 31-year-old star told fans with a smile: "I feel like I'm really just rubbish at the moment.
“I remember when I used to be really good at Instagram and I used to have really good days.
"Now I feel like I'm constantly chasing my tail and trying to get my work commitments in and be with the boys as much as possible.”
After revealing the latest addition to the Swash-Solomon family will be arriving in eight or nine weeks she added: "But hopefully when she comes I'll just be able to chill and be myself."
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