Friday 17 November 2017

All I want to eat are pickles admits pregnant Stacey Solomon

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STACEY Solomon shows off her growing baby bump and reveals her cravings have left her in a pickle.

The star who is six months pregnant said she recently ordered nothing but gherkins when she visited a fast-food drive-through.



She posed in a series of glamorous gowns to mark her role as a judge for the Foxy Mum of the Year competition, a nationwide search to identify Britain's best mother.



Former X Factor star Solomon, who already has one child and is due to give birth in early May, is the reigning celebrity mum who is crowned as part of the competition, organised by Foxy Bingo.



She said her son Zac is looking forward to having a sibling: "He's so excited, he checks my bump every day to make sure it's still there."



And speaking about her cravings, she said: "I drove to a McDonalds drive through and ordered a cup of pickles. Literally, I had a McDonalds cup filled just with pickles."



Solomon, a past winner of I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here!, predicts she will struggle to lose the baby weight after giving birth because she does not foresee herself dieting.



"I'll probably be eating just as much, and it will take me ages to get my body back. Victoria Beckham seems to walk out of the hospital two days after giving birth as skinny as ever," she said.



"Everyone knew I was pregnant at three months, I'm so big now, but I know it's going to take ages to get my body back."



The singer and presenter, who posed for Foxy Bingo's magazine, said she may marry fiance Aaron Barham next year.



"For me, I want to make sure I have both my kids down the aisle with me, and be small enough to fit in my dress, but we're hoping to organise it for next summer, but really haven't decided yet," Solomon said.



Nominations for the award can be made at foxybingo.com.



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