Stacey Solomon worries that son Rex may be her last baby

She'd quite like a little girl

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She welcomed son Rex back in May and now Stacey Solomon has opened up about adding to her brood.

Revealing she’s worried Rex may be her last baby, Stacey said that she wouldn’t have another tot “just to have a girl”.

She is mum to Rex and older sons Zachary and Leighton, who dote on their baby brother.

Gorgeous Stacey’s new range with Primark launches on October 10 (Credit: Primark)

Stacey told OK!: “If I’m really honest with myself, yeah, a little girl would be lovely! But I’m just grateful that I’ve got children.”

The Loose Women host also revealed that she questions “everything” this time around and has turned to her social media followers for help, admitting that she doesn’t feel like a “confident mum”.

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Stacey also opened up about sharing parenting duties with partner Joe Swash, who also has an older son from a previous relationship.

And, she revealed, there are times when Joe should consider himself lucky to be alive!

She said: “There have been times when I’ve wanted to kill him, but most of the time I’m completely in love with him and he’s a great dad.”

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Stacey added that Joe could be better during the night, admitting that he “isn’t built” for night feeds.

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Stacey – who this week launches her second line with high street retailer Primark – also revealed that she and Joe don’t have date nights because she can’t bear to leave their newborn.

“I worry this will be my last child so I want to enjoy it and soak it all in as much as possible,” she said.

Stacey recently celebrated her 30th birthday, with her sons singing Happy Birthday to their mum while she was sitting on the loo.

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