Stacey Solomon’s celeb pals ‘tell her to slow down and rest’ during pregnancy
Stacey Solomon’s celebrity friends are urging reportedly her “to rest” after she opened up about the struggle with conceiving a baby and her previous miscarriages, it has been claimed.
The 31 year old has had a harrowing few days after her son Rex fell and was taken into hospital.
And after explaining that she’d suffered miscarriages during her bid to have a fourth child, the Loose Women star’s friends are reportedly worried.
The ITV show’s panellists and other famous pals such as Sophie Hinchcliffe, also known as Mrs Hinch, are said to have been trying to get the blonde beauty to slow down.
With other mates such as Vicky Pattison stepping in, it seems many are concerned for Stacey’s wellbeing.
Stacey, who is pregnant with her second child with fiance Joe Swash, was experiencing awful heartbreak behind the scenes of her normally joyful and smiley Instagram posts and stories.
A source said: “Her celebrity friends have been rallying around her and offering loads of support.
"They've begged her to slow down and told her to take all the time she needs so she doesn't feel pressure or stress."
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The insider continued to Closer that with it now being “clear” the star has been going through a lot out of the public eye, it’s believed she could be feeling quite nervous.
Despite having a lot on her plate, the source insisted Stacey’s friends and Joe are being wonderful and supportive.
The TV personality’s celebrity friends have also tried to get her to share her worries with them and “lean” on them if necessary.
What’s more, Stacey could be hiding how much she’s struggling because fans mainly know her as being a positive presence in the social media world.
"They've urged her to lean on them and reassured her that it's OK to feel vulnerable and have down days," the source went on to the publication.
"She has openly said she suffers with anxiety, so they're hoping she can take her foot off the gas as a bit and concentrate on herself.
"She has a huge support group around her who can help, so she doesn't need to put on a brave face if she isn't feeling good inside,” the insider added.
When Stacey shared her news on Instagram, she also posted about the miscarriages she'd suffered, sharing: "We decided were so lucky already to have our boys.
"It is our biggest privilege in life and we are so grateful to be parents so we stopped trying and counted ourselves so so so blessed already…"
The Miscarriage Association (01924 200 799) miscarriageassociation.org.uk supports women affected by miscarriage, ectopic and molar pregnancies. If you’re worried about a loved one you can also call the helpline which is manned Monday to Friday, 9am-4pm, or email [email protected]
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