Stacey Solomon ‘not considering’ expanding brood after daughter Rose’s birth

Stacey Solomon has addressed whether she will have more children after welcoming her adorable daughter Rose.

The 32-year-old Loose Women star gave birth to her second child with fiancé Joe Swash, 39, and first baby girl earlier this month.

Posting to her Instagram stories on Friday, Stacey was asked by a fan if she would consider having more children.

The fan wrote: "Be careful, she's so cute it must make you so broody. Will you have more?

"They say you're more fertile after you've had a baby."

In response, mother-of-four Stacey confirmed she wasn't yet thinking about adding to her brood.

The tired-looking star appeared next to a sleeping Rose, who looked adorable in a dusty pink dress, when she answered the question both in writing and in video.

In her first response to the query, Stacey wrote: "I take my hat off to anyone who can ever think about procreating 11 days after giving birth.

"My noon is still 100% broken."

She later continued: "Oh my gosh I read this message while I was on the toilet just getting a pair of these [adult nappies] on.

"I mean my noonie is still broken to be completely honest but trust me, nobody in the history of getting pregnant ever got pregnant while still wearing these [nappies] so we're safe."

In writing, she later added: "I mean I could be wrong (possibly am) but I don't think anyone in the history of getting pregnant ever got pregnant while still needing adult nappies to catch the afterbirth."

Stacey later showed off the "adult nappies" she was wearing in the wake of the birth.

She debuted the adorable tot in an Instagram post earlier this month and recently introduced Rose to her Loose Women co-stars, Jane Moore and Nadia Sawalha.

Rose was born on Stacey's own 32nd birthday with her return to the ITV daytime talk show recently being confirmed by Christine Lampard.

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