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Stacey Solomon has given a glimpse inside the spare bedroom in her sprawling Tudor-style Essex mansion for a potential fourth baby.
The Loose Women panellist gave a sneak peek into unseen parts of her £1.2million home in an Instagram Q and A to her 4.3million followers.
Stacey was asked: “How many bedrooms do you have? (Room for more pickles?)”
And the 31-year-old, who shares Rex, one, with fiancé Joe Swash, along with Zachary, 13, and Leighton, eight, from previous relationships, said the spare bedroom would be for "pickle number four" if she ever had more children.
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The Tap to Tidy author revealed two spare bedrooms in the beautiful traditional home.
Taking a look at the first bedroom, we can see clothes in piles on the floor and gorgeous beams which add character to the space.
She said: “Right, so that is our bedroom, that is the bathroom, that is Rex’s room and then over here is a little spare room that is just full of the boys’ clothes!
“I don’t know what we are going to do in here yet maybe like a little crafty space?”
And the red-headed beauty gave a glimpse inside the second room which was a blank canvas for Stacey to totally transform.
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Stacey unlatched the oak door, adding: “And then next door there is another spare bedroom.
“So, if we are ever lucky enough to have any more pickles, then maybe this would be pickle number four’s bedroom! If that ever happens, I don’t know?”
The bright and airy room has crisp cream walls, a built-in wardrobe and a huge window which looks out onto the stunning 2.5-acre garden.
She captioned the clip: “Pickle No. 4. If we are ever lucky enough to have more pickles this would be the room for it.
“But who knows? We are so lucky already to have our boys so whatever will be will be.”
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