Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash are focusing on planning their wedding following the arrival of their baby daughter Rose.
Stacey, 32, gave birth to her fourth child – and second with 39 year old Joe – on her birthday on 4 October.
And after postponing their nuptials after finding out she was pregnant with baby Rose, a source has now revealed plans for the ceremony are now full steam ahead.
The source told OK!: "After having Rose, the next big step for them is their wedding.
"They want to get married soon. They want to keep it quite low key with all their family.”
Stacey – who is also mum to sons Zachary, 13, Leighton, nine, and Rex, two – recently said Rose would be her and Joe's last child.
She told Mail on Sunday's You magazine: "We have to live within our means.
"We want to be the best parents we can. And when we were trying to have this baby, it wasn't the process we thought it would be, so we were just so grateful to even get pregnant.
"I don't want to push it anymore. This is enough."
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Stacey also spoke of her "incredible" experience giving birth to Rose at home, admitting that she felt on the "biggest high" following the arrival of her little girl.
She added that she gave birth at home made her feel "in control", and she "couldn't stop smiling".
Touching upon being pregnant with her first child Zachary as a teenager, Stacey detailed her turmoil as she considered getting an abortion.
However, Stacey said if she didn't have Zachary, she probably wouldn't have pushed herself as hard as she has done over the past thirteen years.
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