Stacey Solomon wouldn’t give Joe Swash ‘permission’ to meet someone else if she died first

Stacey Solomon discusses growing old with Joe Swash

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Loose Women presenter Stacey Solomon, 31, spoke candidly about her relationship with her fiancé Joe Swash, 39, admitting that she doesn’t want “to be the first partner to die”. Stacey shares son Rex, one, with the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! winner, as well as having Leighton eight, and Zachary, 13 from previous relationships. The Tap to Tidy influencer also revealed that she would be hesitant to give her beau “permission” to meet someone else if she were to die first.

I wouldn’t give any permission!

Stacey Soloman

Appearing on the Loose Women panel today, the star addressed how she felt about the question “is it OK to admit you want a younger love?”

She said: “I think we do have these inbuilt stereotypes and we look to people and we judge them, when really if you fall in love with someone…” before cutting herself off.

Continuing to talk about the age difference between her and her Dancing On Ice winner beau, Stacey said she didn’t question his age when they first met.

She revealed: “I didn’t know Joe was nine years older than me, I didn’t think, ‘are you old enough? Are you younger?'”

Co-panellist Kaye Adams jumped in and asked the mum-of-three about how she’ll feel about their age difference in the future.

She said: “Do you think what it will be like when you and Joe are both older and he’s nine years older than you, when you’re 20 years down the line?”

Answering the question honestly, Stacey confessed that she prefers an older partner as she doesn’t want to be the one to die first.

She replied: “Me and Joe talk about that a lot and again subconsciously I think it’s why I’ve always wanted to be with an older person because of the kids.

“I don’t want to be the first partner to – this is going to sound terrible, but I don’t want to be the first partner to die.”

Co-presenter Linda Robson jumped in and agreed with Stacey.

She added: “If something happened to me and I died first I would come back and haunt Mark [her husband], if he met someone else I would make his life a misery!”

Stacey teased: “I feel the same, you know when people say to their partners, ‘If you want to meet someone else that’s fine and I give you full permission,’ – I wouldn’t give any permission!”


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Stacey and Joe have recently moved in to their new family home in Essex which they bought for a reported £1.2million.

The house is far cry from her previous abode’s modern and sleek feel, but Stacey has promised her fans that she will be giving her new pad the ‘Tap to Tidy’ makeover she’s known for.

The beautiful new home boasts stunning Tudor-style beams as well as a library, a cosy country kitchen and a huge garden for the children to play in.

The Loose Women panellist has been giving her fans an insight into the new property in a series of sweet Instagram posts.

One said: “Home sweet home…and so a new chapter begins, we can not even describe how strange it feels that this is home.

“Never in a million years did we ever think this would be. We feel so lucky and are so grateful to have found this hidden treasure closer to our family and further out.

She continued: “We can’t wait to fill it with love and give it our everything. To raise our family here. And to just start fresh. I’m very emotional for some reason. It still hasn’t sunk in and doesn’t feel real.”

The 31-year-old revealed that the home is called Pickle Cottage and is based in the heart of the Essex countryside.

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