Stacey Solomon has revealed that she and her boyfriend Joe Swash have had some of their "worst arguments" this year during lockdown.
The 31-year-old Loose Women star, who shares one-year-old son Rex with former EastEnders actor Joe, said that being cooped up at home has had an effect on their relationship.
"Me and Joe get on each other’s nerves and we had some of our worst arguments during lockdown," she admitted.
“He gets so moody, and the more moody he gets, the funnier I find it."
However, despite their ups and downs, the mum-of-three said that her and Joe are always there for one another.
"But he’s my best friend. I could tell him anything. I just feel like if we’ve got each other, then everything is going to be OK," she told The Sun's Fabulous.
"I know it sounds silly and a lot of people would say it’s not healthy, but I could sit and do a poo in front of Joe and it wouldn’t bother him.
"And I can also be sexy for him as well… If I really have to be," the former X Factor contestant joked.
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Stacey also revealed that she's still very much attracted to Joe and said: "Yeah, I really fancy Joe!” Stacey said. “He wore a suit [on TV] the other day for some competition and I was like, 'Hello, wear that one home'."
She also made a confession about their sex life, revealing that Joe loves her body hair.
Stacey said: "What man is going to be attracted to a noonie that looks like a baby’s?
"In the ’70s it was all about the bush, wasn’t it? What changed?
"Luckily, Joe loves the bush, so that’s OK."
Stacey has two sons from previous relationships and Joe is also dad to his 13-year-old son Harry, but she said it hasn't always been easy to be a blended family.
"There’s no guidebook on how to make it work. You’ve just got to hang in there if you really love somebody, even if it’s difficult with the children," she added.
"Keep loving each other and keep loving the kids and that’s all you can do.
"It’s an ongoing challenge for us, but we love our children and even if they tell us that they hate us or don’t want us in their life, as long as we love each other and they grow up knowing that we adore them all – Rex, Zac, Leighton and Harry – then that is all that matters."
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