X-Factor star Stacey has a great relationship with her sister, Jemma, who hosted a beautiful pink baby shower at her huge house.
Meet Jemma Solomon
Jemma is a pediatric nurse and event organizer who also operates a company on Instagram under the name “The Label Lady” and has accumulated an impressive 495,000 followers there.
Jemma’s label company does exactly what it says on the box, with the 33-year-old making vinyl personalized labels for everything in the home. It’s no wonder Stacey’s home decor is always so expertly labeled!
Jemma has her labeling business down to a science, from tea and coffee tins to cleaning product baskets and dog food jars.
Some of the celebrity’s private events, such as Stacey’s son Rex’s recent first birthday, were organized by the star’s sister.
With her husband Lee, 36, Jemma is the mother of Darcy, 8, Mila, 6, and Hudson, 3. She frequently posts gorgeous pictures of her children as well as pictures of Lee on her personal Instagram account.
Stacey Chanelle Clare Solomon is a musician and television personality from England. Stacey was third on The X Factor’s sixth series in 2009 and won the tenth series of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! in 2010.
Her first song, a version of “Driving Home for Christmas,” was released in 2011, and her debut studio album, Shy, was released in 2015. In 2016, Solomon hosted I’m a Celebrity: Extra Camp and began appearing on the ITV chat show Loose Women.
The daughter of Fiona and David Solomon, Stacey Chanelle Clare Solomon was born in Dagenham, London, on October 4, 1989.
Although she was the daughter of a clergyman and was raised in an Anglican family, Solomon’s mother converted to Judaism before she married his Iraqi- and Polish-Jewish father.
When she was nine, her parents got divorced. Regarding her Jewish heritage, she has stated, “Growing up, the influence of Judaism had on me was an overwhelming knowledge to love people around you, care for others as if they are part of your family, and aspire to be the greatest individual you can be.”
She first attended a Christian primary school, where she claimed to “feel included and no different from [her] peers,” before transferring to the Jewish King Solomon High School in Barkingside to complete her education.