Loose Women Star Stacey Solomon Hits Back at Troll

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Loose Women Star Stacey Solomon Hits Back at Troll Who Attacked Her Family

'Woah there Wilma.'

Loose Women panellist Stacey Solomon has hit back at a troll on Instagram who cruelly attacked her family.

On her Instagram Story, Stacey wrote about how much she was missing her eldest children, who are currently staying with their respective fathers.

'I'm really missing the big pickles today,' she wrote. "They wanted to stay longer at their dad's and because they are doing school from home they can.

'I do get sad when they don't want to come home, but I know how happy it will make their dads and I never want to stop them from having the chance to make memories with their family.

'But oh my gosh I miss them. It's lovely for a couple of days, less mess, less noise, but then the house just feels so empty and Rex looks for them everywhere.'


However, one person responded to Stacey via direct message: 'It must be very sad having three different dads for your boys. Always apart. Oh well, I suppose you are happy about it.'

Sharing a screenshot of the message on her Story, Stacey replied: 'Woah there Wilma, it's far too early for that kind of judgement and of course I am happy about it!

'They are the best thing that ever happened to me, no matter how they happened to me.'

She then captioned the post: 'Never let anyone make you feel like you're not good enough just because things happened to work out differently from the "norm".

'Keep doing you the best way you know how. Unconditional love from anywhere in different shapes and sizes is all they'll ever need.'


Stacey ended 2020 on a high after her partner Joe Swash surprised her by proposing on Christmas Eve.

Announcing the news on Instagram, Stacey showed off her new ring and wrote: 'To the moon and back bub. I have no words.'


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