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Stacey Solomon says Joe Swash is like a tornado as she discusses family life

Oct 26, 2021

Stacey Solomon has described her fiancé Joe Swash as "like a tornado" as she discussed the different personalities in her family life.

The Loose Women panellist's comments came as she spoke about her upcoming BBC One show, Sort Out Your Life, in which she helps people tidy and declutter their homes.

And the 32 year old has now admitted that she and soap star Joe differ greatly when it comes to their attitudes on keeping their home clean and clutter-free.

"Joe is an absolute tornado of a person," said the former X-Factor star, who welcomed her fourth child and second with Joe earlier this month.


Speaking further to The Mirror: "And I think that's why we ended up co-existing together because I really enjoy tidying up and being organised and he really enjoys mucking things up.

"I can follow him around having a great time. I guess if he was like me, I might not like the way he hangs his crisps."

Stacey added that her two eldest sons have contrasting views regarding cleaning, with nine year old Leighton being "exactly like her" and "does his room immaculately every morning".

On the other hand, 13 year old Zachary is a "slob" and "would live in his own filth for weeks if she let him".

Stacey alluded that messiness wasn't too much of a problem at home as her children were "both happy".

Speaking previously about her new show, the star joked about her love of decluttering as she revealed she still has her sons' foreskins kept in a box.

The mum-of-four said: "There are things in my house that if we were like, 'why don't we come and do this over at mine?' they'd be like, 'Stacey! How have you still got your son's foreskin in a box?'"

Stacey laughed at her surprise revelation and continued: "I keep some random, gross stuff because I cannot let it go, so I totally understand."

As well as Stacey, the series will also feature a team of helpers, including home organiser Dilly Carter, carpenter and upcycler Robert Bent and cleaning expert Iwan Carrington.

Families will have to empty out their homes and put all their belongings in a warehouse, before deciding which items to dispose of.

Stacey's Sort Your Life Out premieres on Thursday November 4 on BBC One.

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