Stacey Solomon proudly shows off her full term bare bump as birth nears

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Stacey Solomon has shared an adorable snap showing off her beautiful baby bump as she comes to the end of her pregnancy.

The Loose Women star, 31, posted the picture to mark the happy moment she reached 37 weeks.

The mum-of-three posed in her unborn little girl’s pink and floral nursery, which she has decorated herself ahead of the birth.

In the background, the wall was covered in thousands of tiny pink and white faux flowers, and a large French white mirror framed the middle.

Stacey has also added a blush velvet armchair to the room and placed a traditional-style cushion on top, with the corner also featuring a curtain hanging from the ceiling.

“37 With our little ball of heaven,” Stacey captioned the gushing post.

“We can’t wait to meet you soon little one…

“And bring you home to pickle cottage.”

The auburn-haired beauty then joked “spot Joe” as she fans could see the star’s fiance Joe Swash taking the photo from the background.

Stacey, who recently opened up about having "imposter syndrome" in her stunning home, opted to wear a knitted white jumper embroidered with tiny flowers to match her baby’s room for the shot, pairing it with a pair of ribbed pink leggings.

Her bump is now completely blooming and the presenter is over the moon to reach full term in her pregnancy.

Friends and fans took to the comments to shared their support for the star.

Mollie King wrote: “A beautiful, happy pic.”

“Pickle cottage sounds like heaven,” Made in Chelsea star Louise Thompson shared.

Another home guru then cheekily decided to guess the baby’s birthday, suggesting Stacey will go into labour at the end of this month.

“I’m guessing a date! 25th September!” Miss Greedy’s Home declared.

It comes as Stacey has started transforming her beloved home ready for Autumn, as the Tap to Tidy author has begun sharing her latest design tips.

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