Stacey Solomon gave fans a glimpse into her co-sleeping arrangements as she shared a video of her gearing up to get back into the gym.
The 33-year-old declared on Monday that she was going to start a new workout regime after clearing out the gym at her home Pickle Cottage.
To get a head start on the day, the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! winner got out of bed before 6am on Tuesday to make sure she could head to the gym before the rush of the school run.
Before heading down, she shared a short clip of her husband Joe Swash, 41 – who she forgot was starring on I’m A Celebrity… South Africa – sleeping in bed with the eldest of their shared children Rex, three, and Rose, one.
The married couple also share daughter Belle, who was born in February, while Joe is dad to son Harry, 16, and Stacey is mum to sons Zachary, 15, and Leighton, 11, from previous relationships.
Stacey’s video then shows her slipping into her gym gear before walking the grounds of Pickle Cottage to get to the gym, which is housed in a garage.
The Loose Women panellist was joined by her dog Peanut for her workout as she filmed herself stretching on the floor.
Writing to her Instagram followers, Stacey said: “I only bloody did it. I mean I look like the amateur that I am but I don’t care.
“Everyone’s got to start somewhere. Peanut came and had a stretch with me.”
Stacey proved herself to be as relatable as ever while having a go on the treadmill as she revealed she was tempted to push the emergency stop button just four minutes into her exercise.
She said: “I’ve got four minutes left of half an hour. I want to press the emergency stop, I wanted to press it four minutes in. Now I’m like, I’m four minutes out and I’m like, distract yourself.
“[I’ve] come on here, that’s at least one minute gone. I’m at such a low speed and I’m so out of breath. It’s actually embarrassing.
“Like I don’t even want to… it’s embarrassing. Oh well, I’m going to get better. I’m going to get better. But I do just want to press that bloody emergency stop.
“Why do they put it right in front of you in big red writing as if to say it will be over if you just press this button.”
However, the X Factor 2009 finalist saw her mission through, later telling fans: “I’ve done it! It’s slowing down on its own, I didn’t have to press anything. It’s on the cool down, this is much more my pace by the way. I’m definitely loving that.”
Clearly proud of her achievement, she added: “I don’t care if it was the slowest uphill walk ever in history, I done it!”
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