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Emotional Stacey Solomon lights a candle for the babies she miscarried before daughter Rose's birth

STACEY Solomon lit a candle yesterday for the babies she miscarried before her daughter Rose's birth.

The TV star revealed earlier this year that she had suffered tragic miscarriages while trying for her fourth baby with fiance Joe Swash.

Writing during baby loss awareness week Stacey, 31, shared on Instagram: "Went downstairs to light a candle with the boys tonight.

"Thinking of all of the one in four of us. Tonight and always. I'm so sorry. Lots and lots of love."

She told her followers she had miscarried when she announced she was pregnant with Rosie.

Stacey said at the time: "For a really long time we've been trying for another pickle. It didn't work out and this was our news quite a few times.

"We decided we were so lucky already to have our boys. It is our biggest privilege in life and we are so grateful to be parents so we stopped trying and counted ourselves so so so blessed already."

Stacey explained she kept her pregnancy secret at first because she was "in denial" after her devastating miscarriages.

When her fellow Loose Women presenters asked the mum-to-be how she felt ahead of telling fans about her and fiance Joe Swash's new arrival.

Stacey replied: "I don't think having it out there was ever a worry, but I was in denial.

"You never know, it might not happen, it might not happen..

"We wanted to wait until a point when if it was happening, it was actually happening hopefully.

"Sometimes it's nice to share everything so everyone is involved in the experience, whether it's good or bad.

"Sometimes it's nice to just fester in a cave and stay safe and stay in."

She is also mum to Zachary, 13, and Leighton, nine.

EastEnders star Joe is also dad to Harry, 14, from a previous relationship.

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