Stacey Solomon left 'crying' after daughter Belle makes huge milestone
27 September 2023, 14:49
Belle stands up in her cot for the first time as Stacey Solomon watches
Stacey Solomon has posted a cute video of her daughter Belle.
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The Sort Your Life Out presenter took to her Instagram Stories to record this milestone moment and share it with her 5.7 million followers.
She captioned the post: "Guys I honestly can't cope with the time lately. How is our baby standing up already. This cot has to go away now and I'm crying."
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This new achievement comes after the Loose Women panellist revealed that Belle had started to crawl.
Joe is also father to 16-year-old Harry from a prior relationship.
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Belle isn't the only child in the Swash-Solomon household who is growing up.
Earlier this month Stacey's son Leighton started secondary school and her youngest son Rex began primary school.
The influencer wrote an emotional post, praising her children.
She said: "My darling boys, as you go out into a whole new world, Primary & Secondary school I hope you remember that you are strong, kind, intelligent, caring, young men with all of the love here at home you will ever need. Be yourselves, don’t change for anyone."
Stacey continued: "Stay true to who you are and enjoy those first days, because take it from mum who knows, you’ll blink and it’ll be the last days 🥲 Good luck and have so much fun.
"To the moon and back Rex & Leighton. We love you 🖤 P.S a huge hug to every parent or carer out there not finding days like this easy for many different reasons. I’m with you. My heart is aching. 🖤"
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