‘We are desperate to give her a cuddle’: Stacey Solomon expresses anguish as she is not able to see her sick grandma following a ‘really scary night’ of uncertainty
Stacey Solomon revealed she had a ‘really scary’ night on Wednesday evening when she discovered her grandma had fallen ill.
In a candid Instagram post on Thursday, Stacey explained why she had taken some time away from social media: ‘Sorry I’ve been so quiet, my grandma isn’t very well.
‘We are desperate to give her a cuddle’: Stacey Solomon expressed her anguish on Thursday as she is not able to see her sick grandma following a ‘really scary night’ when she became ill
‘Last night was really scary but looking much more positive this morning so we are all hoping and praying for the best…’
‘We aren’t allowed to visit obviously because of lockdown and as much as we are desperate to give her a cuddle we hope we won’t need to visit.’
Stacey is the mother to sons Zachary, 12, Leighton, eight, and 17-month-old Rex, and she has been keeping busy with her children as she tries to focus on ‘happy thoughts’ instead of her grandma’s illness.
She added: ‘We are thinking of you grandma ALWAYS, and hoping and praying that when this lockdown is over we can safely come and celebrate your birthday with you next month…
Challenging times: The Loose Women panellist, 31,is unable to see her grandma because of coronavirus safety precautions, but she is praying for her safe recovery
Love: Stacey is a mother to sons Zachary, 12, Leighton, eight, and 17-month-old Rex, (pictured) and she has been keeping busy with her children as she tries to focus on ‘happy thoughts’
‘For now, I’m going to keep myself busy as much as possible and think happy thoughts…’
It has been an emotional week for Stacey as she broke down in tears on Friday after she was gifted a special book from small companies.
The TV presenter admitted she ‘hasn’t stopped crying’ as she treated her Instagram followers to a peek inside the thoughtful present.
The mother-of-three grew emotional as she said: ‘Now I’ve got to stop reading this book. Thank you I love it.’
Stacey highlighted that the latest lockdown had a negative effect on the growth of certain companies, as she added: ‘I know there’s so many small businesses that I haven’t gotten round to mentioning that really need help at the moment, so I’m just going to keep sharing as many as I can.
‘Maybe when small business really kindly offer to send us gifts, I can put it in a competition.
‘So I can share their page and competition and also give other people a chance to win that kind of stuff. Anyways, love you loads!’
It’s the thought that counts: It has been an emotional week for Stacey as she broke down in tears on Friday after she was gifted a special and personalised book from small companies