Stacey Solomon apologises to Instagram fans for toilet mishap
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Stacey Solomon, 31, left her fellow Loose Women panellists giggling as she admitted to shunning sexy lingerie. The mum-of-three told her co-stars Kaye Adams, Kelle Bryan, and Linda Robson that she is not a fan of thongs during a debate on air.
The racy revelation came after Kaye held up a skimpy red thong and asked her co-stars if there were “any takers”.
Stacey then stunned the presenters as she replied: “No, that would actually get lost in my vagina!”
The star, who got engaged to Joe Swash last year, went on to explain her point and insisted she “wouldn’t ever wear underwear to be sexy” in the bedroom.
She added: “I don’t really like sexy underwear, I wouldn’t ever wear underwear to be sexy.
“But if I was, even in the supermarket, sometimes they have nice little sets… like bright pink and I do like a high waisted granny knicker or a full brief, but I would choose a bright colour or something a bit exciting.”
However, Stacey didn’t stop there, as she continued to share some very personal revelations on the ITV show this afternoon.
The Tap to Tidy author admitted that she could take up to 10 showers a day and still suffer with body odour issues due to her hormones.
She shared the news while chatting to her co-stars about reports that people were showering less during lockdown.
Stacey divulged: “Some days, my hormones are just all over the place and it really is an actual hormonal thing.
“I could have 10 showers, put deodorant on and Linda [Robson] will go, ‘Stace, you need some more deodorant.’”
Reassuring viewers, Linda asked: “But you don’t get offended by that, do you?”
To which Stacey agreed: “No, I’d rather you tell me. I know half the time anyway, and I find it embarrassing as it is.
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“So I’ll sort of walk around (with my arms pressed against my body). I walk around like that a lot of time if I can smell myself.
“But if I can’t smell myself, if like I’ve gone nose blind, like where I’ve got used to it, I would much rather someone say it to me.
“Because otherwise everyone’s thinking it and talking behind your back and you just don’t know, and I think that’s so mean.”
Stacey went on to detail her past fears over getting her smear tests done due to the issue.
She candidly said: “I remember being so scared to get my smear and do my gynecology appointments, because I was scared that I might smell down there.
“When you’re a teenager, people talk about it, boys say stuff and you just feel gross and dirty all the time.
“I remember going in there, preempting that I might be smelly, so I was like, ‘I might have an infection, so I might smell.’
“And she literally looked at me and was like, ‘It smells like a normal vagina to me. This is a normal smell.’ It’s about accepting that our bodies smell different in different places and it’s normal and not gross.”
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