Stacey Solomon has documented the birth of baby Rex on social media with refreshing honesty, which has won her an army of new fans.
Now the 29-year-old Loose Women star has shared a cute family holiday snap that has shown off her postpartum body.
Pictured frolicking on a beach on her first family holiday since baby Rex was born in May, Stacey is seen squirting sun cream at sons Leighton and Zachary while holding Rex.
Stacey, wearing swimsuit in the picture, said in her caption: "Anyone else experience the daily struggle of suncream?
"Joe found it hilarious today that I was chasing the boys around the beach trying to make sure they were topped up and rubbed in all over. Im always worrying if I’ve missed a spot somewhere! They don’t make it easy but hopefully there’ll be a payoff when they’re older and they realise I did all I could to protect their skin from harmful UVA/B rays and keep them safe in the sun! It’s so important. Thanks @bootsuk for #BootsSoltanand it’s full 5* protection # AD #Bootsuk"
Many of her two million followers were quick to shower her with compliments.
"I love your posts! So honest! I had my first baby 2 weeks after Rex and I relate to you a lot! Good on you in your bikini I didn’t dare wear mine last month on holiday!" one wrote.
Another said: “Love how you’re embracing your postpartum body.”
Love how you’re embracing your postpartum body.
"How incredibly amazing do you look? I was still trying to remember my name for months after having my baby ..... running around a beach? I could barely run up the stairs!"
Earlier this month, Stacey took baby Rex to work for the first time.
Alongside two snaps of herself with Rex, the mum-of-three said she felt "lucky" to be able to bring the tot to a job she "absolutely" loves doing, and reflected on how difficult it must be for working mums with "really tough" jobs that don’t accommodate their duties as mothers.
"Did my first full day back at work today. So, this is an appreciation post for all of those mothers who have to leave their babies and go back to work," she said.
"I felt really emotional today but the reality for me was that I was able to bring Rex with me, to a job that I absolutely love, doing something I really enjoy. I sat for a long time today just thinking about how lucky I am."
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