STACEY Solomon is already stocking up for Christmas – bagging herself a pink Santa, glittery tea lights and festive cushions.
The ITV star, 31, is taking no chances getting organised for the festive season as she revealed her Christmas haul with her 3.7million followers last night.
The former X Factor star brought her fans along with her, partner Joe Swash and their adorable son Rex while they picked up some bits from The Range.
Taking to her Instagram Stories, Stacey showed her followers her festive haul after displaying her Halloween tricks and treats.
She laughed: "And then Christmas happened… I'm not being funny, how could I leave the shop without him?
"A pink Santa with his little fluffy boots and skis. I love him."
Stacey then showed off her new bed furnishings and continued: "I also got some stag pillows because my Christmas bedding has stags all over it
so I thought they'd look really nice."
Explaining her final festive purchase, the mum-of-three added: "And then some glittery tealights.
"I love glittery tealights, not just at Christmas but all year round but they tend not to sell them after Christmas so I'm stocking up this year".
And while some may be shocked at Stacey's festive haul, it is only 77 days until Christmas and it seems the season is upon us whether we like it or not.
Recently, soap star Jack Shepherd revealed Corrie is shooting its Christmas scenes.
The actor – who plays David Platt in the ITV soap – shared a glimpse of the famous street decked out in its festive lights as he filmed himself on a nightshoot.
He walked down the cobbles with White Christmas playing but the video gave no hint of the explosive storylines set to happen over the Yuletide festivities.
The soap's boss, Iain Macleod recently told The Sun Online that they were still in a position to film normally for Christmas but had a back-up possibility of filming in a bubble.
He said: "The bubble is still there as a contingency. I don’t want to jinx things but at the moment we are on course to hit the 60th and Christmas – it will therefore be narrative.
"Assuming everything remains as it is, big story peaks and arcs rather than a standalone.
"We are very agile as a genre, we can change tack extremely quickly so if it got to the point where we can’t film Christmas, we would change course and shoot a standalone episode.
"But at the moment, fingers crossed, we shouldn’t need to."
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