Stacey Solomon has jokingly begged son Leighton to stop growing up so quickly after celebrating his sixth birthday.
The Loose Women star, 28, shared a sweet photo to Instagram showing her planting a kiss on her little boy at his party.
She added the caption: “When your baby turns 6 😭😭😭😭 Leighton I love you more than you’ll ever know. I can not believe how fast time is flying.
“You’re hilarious, kind, happy, you bring light into the lives of everyone who knows you. I can’t tell you how proud I am of you. Now stop growing up I can’t cope 😭 I love you to the moon and stars and back again. 🌓 💫 💛.”
Stacey went on to thank everyone at Jump Evolution trampoline park in Essex for helping make her son’s birthday party a “dream come true”.
Stacey added: “[This is] not an ad or endorsement, I just feel they deserve all the credit for being so hardworking and energetic and simply brilliant with children.”
Leighton is Stacey’s son with former fiancé Aaron Barnham.
She’s also mum to son Zachary Solomon, ten, whose father is Stacey’s ex-boyfriend Dean Cox.
Stacey’s sweet photo was posted after she appeared on Loose Women alongside boyfriend Joe Swash, who was put on the spot about future marriage plans!
Former X Factor contestant Stacey has made no secret of the fact she’d love to marry Joe, which means there’s always speculation about when an engagement might happen.
When Joe was asked if he feels pressure to pop the question, he said: “I don’t feel pressure. We’re flattered by it because people love Stacey and they like to see us together and they want the best for us.”
While Joe said he doesn’t feel pressure to propose, he did tell The Mirror earlier this week marriage is definitely on the cards.
He teased: “It’s something we’re both looking forward to.”
The couple have been together for two years, after friendship blossomed into romance.
Stacey has said that Joe, who has a ten-year-old son, Harry, gets on really well with her kids.
As for having more children, she previously told The Sun: “I’m one of seven, and I’ve always wanted a big family. But I want Zach and Leighton to be completely settled and stable before I even think about having another one.
“I don’t want to put anything off-balance or make them feel pushed out. In theory, yes, I’d have loads of children, but in reality it’ll be a huge decision for me.”
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