STACEY Solomon has revealed she’s “hungover” after her rowdy karaoke night with the Loose Women ladies.
The 30-year-old celebrated fellow X Factor alum Brenda Edwards joining the panel of the ITV programme on Friday night.
Stacey admitted she felt hungover despite not drinking the night before
Sharing a video with her baby Rex, the candid star told fans on Instagram on Saturday morning: “Good morning.
“I feel hungover and I haven’t touched a drip of alcohol, my face is breaking out so badly.”
She added: “I feel rough.”
Stacey let loose after hitting back at mum-shamers on Friday who told her she was giving five-month-old baby Rex solid food too early.
Stacey commanded the mic at Karaoke the night before as she joined her Loose Women co-hosts celebrating Brenda’s new jobCredit: Instagram
Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash’s son Rex is starting to eat solidsCredit: Instagram/Stacey Solomon
She answered people who said she was weaning Rex early
Stacey said she wanted to “clear up some of the myths” about weaning – even drafting in a nutrition expert.
Speaking on Instagram, she revealed they were preparing to give Rex, her only child with Joe Swash, a pot of mashed broccoli.
Stacey said: “Last time I spoke about weaning, lots of people were concerned about him not being exactly six months yet and I just thought I’d clear up some of the myths.”
Nutrition expert Charlotte Stirling-Reed added: “The recommendation is around six months of age and that’s absolutely fine – Rex is around six months. It’s all about looking out for the signs he is ready.”
Rex gave his broccoli dinner both a good and bad receptionCredit: Instagram/Stacey Solomon
Stacey was backed up by nutritionist Charlotte Stirling-Reed
Loose Women panellist Stacey asked: “And you think he’s ready?”
The expert replied: “Definitely. He can sit up for a little bit, hold up his head and neck steady.
“He can reach out and get food all by himself. We are good to go.”
Stacey posted a picture of Rex looking by turns disgusted and delighted by the mashed-up broccoli meal.
At times little Rex didn’t appear completely sold on solids
She wrote: “He absolutely loved playing with the food and his spoon, I’m not sure what he thought about the eating part.
“His face when he ate it was the funniest thing ever. I cant wait to introduce loads of different foods and have him at the dinner table with us.
“Well done Rexy we love you to the moon and back.”