Joe Swash and Stacey Solomon are expecting their first child together later this year.
Spending quality time together over the bank holiday weekend, the former EastEnders star shared an adorable photo of his pregnant girlfriend.
In the snap, the Loose Women panelist can be seen making the most of the sunnier weather conditions as she slips into a pair of shorts and a bikini top to water the garden.
Pulling a funny face at the camera, the 29 year old’s beautiful baby bump is also visible.
Alongside the image, Joe wrote: “#sexy #pregnant”.
Days before, Stacey appealed to fans for help while showing off her baby bump earlier this week, revealing she has body hair covering her stomach as she joked she’s pregnant with a “furby”.
Following the post, Joe playfully mocked Stacey as he took to Instagram to share a video of himself brushing her bare stomach.
The TV presenter, 37, jokingly asked his stunning girlfriend if she wanted a “side-parting” as he took a brush to her stomach, saying: “Look at your furry little belly. Let’s give it a little brush!
He then joked: “I wish I had that hair on my head.”
[Joe Swash/ Instagram]
Earlier this week Loose Women star Stacey, 29, asked fans for advice as she shared a zoomed in snap of her bump, saying she’s “covered in fur”.
Writing to her 1.4 million followers, she exclaimed: “think I’m pregnant with a Furby. I need to know… Did anyone else’s belly just suddenly become covered in fur?
“Im not sure if you can see it but all of the grainy little lines are blonde hairs that I’ve never had before and now I’ve now started sprouting some lovely thick, wirey black ones around my belly button.
“I’ve always had my hair tummy snail trail which is a line of hair that practically goes from my cleavage all the way done to my hoo-ha but never an all over fuzz.”
The doting mum of two is renowned for her body positive posts on social media and insisted she was not upset by the changes – just merely fascinated as to why they were happening.
“I’m not upset by it one bit I’ve always loved my, furrier than most, body, I’m just so fascinated as to why this happens? What does it mean? Is it to keep the Furby warm?,” she continued.
Stacey finished: “Any incites are much appreciated (I think, as long as they’re not scary, if you have something scary to say, DON’T my anxiety can’t take it).”
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