Stacey Solomon has left fans emotional with a touching tribute to her sons on a new piece of jewellery.
The mother-of-three, who has sons Zachary, 12, Leighton, eight, and Rex, one, melted hearts as she showed off the important necklace which she reveals “comforts” her as she wears it.
Supporting small business Murray and Me Jewellery who made the sweet necklace, Stacey took to social media to reveal why it is so important to her.
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“I’m reading soo many lovely messages about my necklace…,” she wrote.
“It has the boys names on each circle. I love wearing the boys names around my neck. I grab it a lot I think because it’s like a comfort to me. Sounds so weird I know. I’ve had it since Rex was born.”
The Loose Women star added: “I bought it from a woman who made them herself at her home, which I love. I bloody love small, talented businesses @murrayandme_jewellery.”
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The gorgeous necklace is on a thin gold chain and features Leighton’s name on a silver circle, Zachary’s on bronze and Rex’s on gold.
According to the Murray and Me website, the bespoke necklace, named the Sirius Necklace, retails at £199 and can be personalised.
The jeweller explains: "The larger version to the ever popular Sirius necklace. With larger mixed metal discs measuring 13mm this necklace is perfect if you you want more options with your personalisation I.e longer names, multiple names on one disc or roman numerals (to a maximum of 12).
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“This necklace allows every mummy to carry her children or loved ones close, always. The necklace is made up of one sterling silver disc, 1 9ct yellow gold disc and 1 9ct rose gold disc.
“Your necklace will arrive with its hallmarked of accreditation. The hallmarks guarantees that your new treasure is an investment as well as something to love, cherish and wear.”
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