STACEY Solomon and Joe Swash have welcomed their first daughter into the world – and she already has a VERY stylish nursery.
The Loose Women star revealed she had “the best present” as she gave birth to her daughter at home in Pickle Cottage alongside her fiancé Joe Swash.
During her pregnancy, the 31-year-old has been using her DIY skills to transform the “little princess” nursery at her £1.2million Essex home.
And it was a good job she was organised as her daughter made a quick arrival into the world on Stacey’s birthday – October 4.
Thankfully her beautiful pink nursery is all ready to go, and Stacey has given fans a sneak peek inside…
Pink flower wall
Stacey previously revealed how she had a new flooring laid and created a rose feature wall.
Stacey worked her magic by overhauling the plain room, which originally featured white walls, cream carpet and mint green curtains.
The TV star shared the updated revamp with a showstopping rose pink feature wall and a statement mirror.
She also removed the carpet and replaced it with some chic wooden flooring.
Stacey gushed: “I could honestly cry, it’s such a lovely flooring. And just makes it feel so much bigger and cleaner in here.”
Stacey revealed how she spent a weekend painting the inside of her baby girl’s wardrobe.
She also placed a set of chest of drawers in the space and painted them baby pink – before adding sparkly door knobs to the front.
She completed the look by adding some pink pampas grass and a matching wet wipe dispenser.
Stacey shared a ‘tap to tidy’ showing the before and after of the job and it was quite the impressive transformation.
The star, who rose to fame on The X Factor, filled the wardrobe with pretty girly clothes, drawer dividers, and then filled them with toys and more outfits.
The pampas grass was from a small business called By Bon Homie, then she placed a pink bunny from Jelly Cat, and a dispenser of pink wet wipes from Amazon on top of the chest of draws.
Velvet chair and princess-style canopy
In order to have a cosy place to sit with her daughter, Stacey added a pink velvet chair, with a princess-style hanging canopy in the corner.
She also added a floral cushion and some flowers on a heart-shaped coffee table next to it, to complete the homely touch.
Also on the table is a notepad that reads: “Mum boss”.
The mum-of-three, 31, revealed she wanted to “upcycle” some of her two-year-old son Rex’s old things.
This included using Rex’s old cot with a floral mattress cover and throw to give a feminine look.
In a sweet snap, Rex could be seen smiling from inside the cot, excited for the arrival of his new sister.
Floral changing area
Stacey has also made a cute changing area, which includes a floral mat to perfectly match the cot’s mattress cover.
Above this, Stacey made a pretty floral light fixture featuring faux roses and peonies.
She wrote on Instagram: “Our baby girl’s room – done. To my Darling daughter, I’ve loved every single second of making this special place for you.
“My whole heart, and soul is in this room and I would do it all again if I could. I cannot wait to bring you home here and show you everything.
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“I cannot wait to hold you, cuddle you, sing to you, feed you and put you to bed in here. I’m so proud of everything in here and it’s been the best feeling making it and I’ll miss being covered in pink paint. We can not wait to see you little one. To the moon and stars and back again princess, we love you.”
Stacey and Joe’s first daughter has four older siblings including her sons Leighton, nine, and Zachary, 12, who she shares with ex partners, and two-year-old Rex whose dad is Joe.
And Joe is a dad to his first son Harry, 14, from his previous relationship.
Stacey and Joe revealed they were expecting their second child together back in June.
She admitted to feeling nervous about telling people after trying for another child for a “really long time” and following “a few” tragic miscarriages.
The couple also revealed they had postponed their wedding, set to take place this summer, so the baby could be there.
Stacey previously fought back tears as she bought first bits for her daughter’s nursery.