Stacey Solomon has ‘no sympathy’ for husband Joe Swash who’s bedridden with ‘man-flu’

Stacey Solomon confessed that she could be the “worst wife” for her reaction to her husband Joe Swash’s “man-flu".

The Loose Women panellist is often reducing her fans to laughter with hilarious stories from her life with Joe and their kids, Rex, three, Rose, one, and newborn Belle.

Stacey also has Leighton, 10, with Aaron Barham and Zachary, 15, with Dean Cox, while Joe has son Harry, 15, from a former relationship.

On Sunday, Stacey managed to steal a few minutes away from her hectic life as her mum was kind enough to watch the kids.

Addressing her 5.6 million followers on her Instagram, Stacey could be seen breastfeeding Belle after getting her roots done and popping into the shop.

She explained: “Hallelujah for momma Solomon because she’s just had Rex and Rose for me so I could do my roots, and then I thought I’d swing by the shops really quickly and grab some holiday bits.

“I will be back in a minute Mama. I’m just feeding Belle and then I’ll head back home, well, back to mum’s.

“I was sitting here reading through your messages and I must be the world’s worst wife.”

After a brief intermission to breastfeed her newborn, Stacey continued: “Sorry, I had to swab boobs over she ran out on that one.

“I must be the world’s worst wife because you are all so lovely asking if Joe’s okay and I’m like I’ve got no sympathy for man flu.”

Stacey continued to explain that Joe, who appeared on shows like EastEnders and I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here, can’t do anything when he’s ill.

“I’ve got no sympathy for any flu in all fairness. I’ve just got no sympathy. He can’t do anything when he’s not well. Literally nothing,” she added.

“So, obviously, he’s been bedridden yesterday and today and really trying to get himself back in order from this man flu and I’m almost jealous. I feel like going home and licking him to get the flu myself just so I can have a couple of days sleep.”

According to Harvard University, man flu is a “constitutional character flaw of men who, when felled by a cold or flu, embellish the severity of their symptoms, quickly adopt a helpless "patient role," and rely heavily on others to help them until they recover.”


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