Does Joe Swash have a child? I’m A Celebrity host’s son, Stacey Solomon relationship and age revealed

2 November 2018, 17:39 | Updated: 8 November 2018, 15:24

Joe Swash smiling on a sofa
Joe Swash is in a relationship with Stacey Solomon . Picture: instagram/realjoeswash

Are Joe Swash and Stacey Solomon engaged? Does he have children? We have everything you need to know about the I'm a Celebrity...Extra Camp! presenter.

Joe Swash, has officially headed back to Australia to respire his role as host of I'm A Celebrity...Extra Camp! alongside Scarlett Moffat and Joel Dommett.

The ITV presenter, 36, and former King of the Jungle was given a warm goodbye from his girlfriend and Loose Women star Stacey Solomon on Friday, just after it was revealed they had officially moved in together.

So what do we know about Joe Swash? Does he have a son? And is he engaged to Stacey? Here's everything you need to know about the former EastEnders star:

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Joe Swash can often be seen posting pictures with his girlfriend Stacey on his Instagram. He currently has 370,000 followers that subscribe to his account @realjoeswashy.

Who is Joe's son Harry Swash?

Jo Swash shares a blended family with Stacey, who has two sons Zachary, 10, and Leighton, six.

Joe himself also has a son, Harry Swash, from a previous relationship with ex-fiancée Emma Sophocleous. The pair show off their special relationship on Instagram.

Is Joe Swash engaged?

Joe has been in a relationship with Stacey for three years but there doesn't seem to be wedding bells just yet.

Despite being keen for Joe to propose, Stacey changed her tune on getting married and raised her concerns, claiming she’d need to be sensible if they were to tie the knot. 

She said: "I don't want anyone to have the ability to take half of everything I've worked hard for."

"I've set aside money for my children to make sure they've got a roof over their head, and I still have to work really hard to carry on making that happen for however long I've got left on my mortgage. 

"I wouldn't ever want to be in a position where that could be taken from them, so I have to be sensible.”