Stacey Solomon films Rex screaming with excitement as he watches Joe Swash on TV
Stacey Solomon shared an adorable video of her son Rex getting super excited when he spotted his dad Joe Swash on television.
Taking to her Instagram Story on Sunday evening, Stacey filmed her youngest son as he stood in front of the TV watching 38-year-old Joe on Dancing on Ice.
Stacey can be heard asking the toddler: "Rex, who's that?" to which he replies: "Daddy!"
The adorable tot, who will turn two in May, was dressed in a baby blue tracksuit and turned around to face his mum as he took his dummy out of his mouth.
Former EastEnders actor Joe made a surprise appearance on the first episode of Dancing on Ice after winning the 2020 series of the ITV show.
Joe showed he had not lost any of his skating skills as he confidently glided across the ice to announce the details of the show's £120,000 prize draw.
During Joe's Dancing on Ice stint, Rex would have been too young to probably spot his dad on the TV and get excited – but this time around, Stacey was sure to capture the moment.
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It comes after Stacey, 31, admitted that Joe is trying to get her pregnant again after they got engaged in December.
The X Factor singer filmed her fiancé doing the most basic of household chores when she made the assumption that he was cleaning the windows of their shared home to get her in the mood.
As Joe busied himself with the work unaware of what Stacey was whispering, the Essex beauty confided to her 4million followers.
“I was on my way home and I’ve just walked through the door to see this,” she said.
“100% trying to get me pregnant again,” the TV presenter laughed.
Clearly swooning at her hubby-to-be’s moves, Stacey joked: “I mean, look at that swipe action."
Stacey surprised her followers on Christmas Eve when she revealed that Joe had popped the question, after years of dating.
Needless to say, fans were ecstatic, as they love keeping up to date with their romance.
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