Tv personality Stacey Solomon has shared an absolutely adorable family photo on Instagram.
The Loose Women panellist and mum of three, 30, wowed her loyal fanbase as she shared the photo snuggled up on the sofa with partner Joe Swash, their baby Rex, and Stacey's two sons Zachary and Leighton.
She captioned the happy family snap with: "My dream night. Cuddles on the sofa watching telly, eating anything within arms reach. I've really missed this, this week.
"It's been one of those weeks where you feel like you leave before they wake up and get home after they've fallen asleep which makes me feel a bit guilty sometimes...
"But not going to let the guilt win, I'm here now so I'm making the most of being home with all of them doing absolutely nothing.
"Happy Friday hope you've all had a lovely week and here's to the weekend."
And her followers can't seem to get enough of the photo, with many posting gushing comments.
One wrote: "Beautiful family!" and another posted: "Simply beautiful."
While others praised Stacey as a parent and reassured her that working 'mum guilt' is absolutely normal.
You're an amazing mummy to those boys and an inspiration.
One commented: "Mum guilt hits everyone, you're an amazing mummy to those boys and an inspiration to all us mummys. Enjoy your cuddles and foodie Friday!"
A second reassured: "The beauty of your job is 9/10 times the boys can see you on TV. Never feel bad, you're out there building an amazing future for them all. Keep smiling lovely and enjoy your weekend."
"You're a fab mummy," added a third.
Stacey has been exceptionally honest about her pregnancy and newborn journey with baby Rex.
She has shared social media posts about struggling with exhaustion, her post pregnancy body and experiencing postnatal depression.
Stacey opened up about her depression when she shared stunning snaps walking in sunflower fields with little Rex.
Her caption explained that she hadn't been feeling herself and that she'd experienced postnatal depression in the past.
She wrote: "I only realised years later when I was pregnant with Leighton and crying to my midwife because I was so anxious about giving birth and not loving him straight away (among lots of other things), that I had post natal depression.
"I honestly believe that this time around with Rex if the perinatal mental health services and mental health helplines and charities weren't available I would be struggling to deal with my feelings."
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