STACEY Solomon posted an amazing video of her unborn baby kicking in her tummy as she prepares to give birth.
Since then she’s kept fans up to date with how she’s been preparing for her new arrival and has created an all pink nursery for her baby girl.
Last night the star decided to sit in her baby’s bedroom and reflect on how much her life will change when she gives birth at the end of September or the start of October.
Gaan na Instagram, Stacey – who is currently shooting the second series of her BBC show Sort Your Life Out – shared footage of her tot moving around in her belly.
She told her 4.6m followers: “Boys are sleeping, I’m sitting here in her room imagining her being here…
“I think she likes her room because she’s telling me something in there…
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“I have one more day tomorrow filming and then that’s a wrap for the series.”
Stacey added: “I cannot wait to finish my last few bits and then slow down.
“Just be at home, nest and enjoy the last few weeks of you in my tummy…”
Her unborn daughter’s bedroom isn’t the only room she’s transformed in her £1.2m cottage.
The mum-to-be showed off the finishing touches of her dream bath in her bedroom ahead of the new arrival.
The telly star gave fans a glimpse of her stand alone bathtub positioned in front of the sash windows.
Earlier this week Stacey revealed that she is considering to have a home birth for her fourth baby amid Covid vrese.
Stacey and Joe have a beautiful blended family which is made up of boys Harry, 14, Zachary, 13, Leighton, nine and Rex, twee.
“The birth – it is still something we are talking about,” sy het die Standard.
“I wouldn’t be able to have my mum there, my mum has been there for every other birth, which sounds sad because I am 31 years old but I feel like she won’t let me die and she has always been there.
“We are looking at our options for a home birth.”
Sy het bygevoeg: ““It lessens the Covid risk… but then there is the risk if you need to be blue lighted in and there is an emergency.
“It is trying to weigh up those options. I have never considered it this much before.
“I feel like, Joe won’t be able to come in until the last minute, mum won’t be there, there is the risk of getting Covid… I don’t know how comfortable I feel.”