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Stacey Solomon fears she’s ‘losing mind’ for ‘getting emotional’ at staying out

Stacey Solomon has once again spoken candidly about life with a baby, saying that she is "losing her mind."

The 30-year-old Loose Women panelist has said that a night out in which stayed in town past 7.45pm has left her feeling "genuinely emotional."

Stacey took advantage of being out in the evening to appear on BBC's Strictly Come Dancing sister show, It Takes Two, by meeting up with friends from ITV's Loose Women afterwards.

Addressing a video that she filmed herself in the back of her car after filming the Strictly spin-off, she celebrated that she was able to do something without being interrupted.

Stacey exclaimed to the camera: "I just recorded two videos without sound!

"That was really fun, I can't function any more for some reason, I've got nothing left."

She then added: "But I am going to go and meet the loose ladies because it's Brenda's celebration meal for joining the team at Loose Women.

"So I can do this, I can stay out past 7.45, come on Stacey!"

Stacey captioned the clips: "I'm losing my mind, I just can't function anymore, whyyyy?

"I am going to do this! Off to see the loose ladies to celebrate Brenda joining the team.

"I'm being deadly serious when I say I'm genuinely emotional to be out and awake still at 7.45, what is wrong with me?"

Stacey has kept it real for her fans since welcoming her baby son Rex in May, her first with boyfriend Joe Swash.

The former X Factor star has taken to social media to document the struggles of a new parent, whether it is breastfeeding, sleepless nights or how she has coped with being a mother of three.

She has been suffering from jet lag in recent days after the flight back from a luxury half-term break in the Maldives with her family, took its toll on the way home.

The family tried manfully to watch a fireworks display once home despite them finding it difficult to keep tiredness at bay.

Stacey has also had an energy-sapping row with trolls online, who accused her of feeding five-month-old Rex food too early.

After being mum-shamed, Stacey brought in nutrition expert Charlotte Stirling-Reed to fight her corner.

She said that Rex was 'ready to start weaning' despite not being six months old as yet.

Stirling-Reed did clarify that "around six months" is the guideline when it comes to introducing food to babies.

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