Stacey Solomon's baby daughter Rose meets her ‘aunties’ behind-the-scenes on Loose Women in sweet video
STACEY Solomon's baby daughter Rose melted hearts in a behind-the-scenes video from Loose Women today.
The little girl got to meet her mum's work friends including Judi Love, who affectionately said they were Rose's "aunties".
The five-month-old tot was the centre of attention as Judi, Kaye Adams, and Kaye Adams, all doted over her.
Judi queued up for cuddles with sleeping Rose, and the comedian looked besotted with the sleeping baby in her arms.
Stacey, 32, posted the sweet videos on her Instagram Story after appearing on Loose Women earlier today.
She wrote over them: "Lucky to be surrounded by amazing women and I’ve missed them so so much.
"I can’t believe it’s been nearly 7 months time is flying by."
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The former X Factor star has finished her maternity leave and came back to the set with her daughter to speak about the tot's birth.
She explained that the labour – at her Pickle Cottage home – lasted just an hour and that Rose was born with tongue-tie.
The condition, where there's a shorter strip of skin connecting the baby's tongue to the bottom of the mouth, is relatively common.
But she said greater awareness of the condition would change people's lives.
Stacey explained to her Loose Women colleagues: "Ultimately, I just think some people in the medical profession don't want to recognise it because they then have to put budget towards it.
"But I feel like genuinely, if people have the opportunity to know their baby has tongue tie, they should. I think it would honestly change their life.
"I watched Rose's mouth go from opening a little bit, which I thought was normal, to opening like a bird all of a sudden."
Speaking about her home birth at the home she shares with fiance Joe Swash, Stacey insisted: "There's not a right or a wrong way – but I've never felt so calm.
"I've always associated birth with trauma and I always feel really a scared when I go into labour.
"Being in hospital made me feel safe. I didn't think I would ever have a feeling or feeling safe at home before I gave birth to Rose. It's the first time I've ever felt control in labour."
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