Stacey Solomon swears off more kids with Joe as they dont want to push it

Stacey Solomon has revealed the reason why she isn't planning on having any more kids after the recent birth of her daughter Rose.

The former X Factor contestant and current Loose Women panellist is raising five children with fiancé Joe Swash, including their nearly-two-month-old daughter Rose and son Rex,along withJoe's 14-year-old son Harry.

She is also mum to sons Zachary, 13, and Leighton, 9, from previous relationships.

However, the 32-year-old now says that she is not seeking to add any more little ones to her growing family.

Speaking to the Mail on Sunday’s You magazine, Stacey offered her reasons.

She said: "We have to live within our means"

"We want to be the best parents we can. And when we were trying to have this baby, it wasn’t the process we thought it would be, so we were just so grateful to even get pregnant."

"I don’t want to push it anymore. This is enough."

In a candid moment, the star also opened up about considering having an abortion when she found out she was pregnant with her first child Zachary as a teenager.

She recalled going to the clinic at 17 to consider her options after believing her "life would be over" if she went ahead with the pregnancy.

However, she said she now believes that if she didn't have Zachary she probably wouldn't have 'pushed herself' as hard as she has done in the past thirteen years of her career.

Earlier this month Stacey shared the adorable moment that her baby daughter Rose smiled for the first time.

The Loose Women star said she and fiancé Joe Swash had been trying everything to get their little girl to crack her first grin and that when it happened "it was everything".

Stacey posted a snap on Instagram to share Rose's first smile with her fans.

The cute image showed the six-week-old beaming at the camera in a teal blue cardigan and bow that matched her eyes.

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