Who is Stacey Solomon and What Happened to Her?
Stacey Chanelle Clare Solomon is an English musician and television personality who was born on October 4, 1989. In 2009, she came in third place on The X Factor’s sixth season, and in 2010, she won the tenth season of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!
In 2011, she released her debut single, a rendition of “Driving Home for Christmas,” followed by her debut studio album, Shy, in 2015. Solomon began participating as a panelist on the ITV talk show Loose Women in 2016 after presenting I’m a Celebrity: Extra Camp.
Solomon made an appearance on ITV2’s Love Island: Aftersun, a conversation show that runs alongside Love Island, on June 25, 2017. She also took part in a celebrity edition of Channel 4’s The Crystal Maze.
Solomon announced on Instagram on March 10, 2021, that the BBC had commissioned the home-decluttering series Sort Your Life Out, which she will host.
After her followers got concerned about her social media absence, Stacey Solomon revealed a terrible condition. As she addressed her health issues, the Loose Women panelist apologized for going “missing.”
The 32-year-old shared on Instagram today that her breasts had become bloated and uncomfortable. It comes after the on-screen personality and her partner Joe Swash welcomed their first child, Rose.
Stacey revealed that she has been suffering from mastitis, a condition that can affect breastfeeding mothers.