Stacey Solomon brutally mocked by sister Gemma after tearful outburst in garden

Stacey Solomon took to Instagram on Thursday to show off her Cherry Blossom with a video of the tree to a cover of song Can't help Falling in Love by Haley Reinhart.

The Loose Women star posted: “This tree may be the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen. It makes me cry…

“The blossom is already falling down which makes me so, so sad but it’s also so beautiful all over the floor.”

Stacey then posted to her Instagram a photo of herself under the tree to continue discussing how she felt about it.

She said: “Feeling like real life Moana.

“The most random post ever I know but I really regretted not getting enough pictures with my magnolia before it turned to sticks so I just had to get one with the cherry blossom.”

The star ended her post with healthy, open honesty about the image of herself saying: “P.S there is a lot of filter on here”

But she could not help herself as the tree had captured her heart that day, calling her back into the garden to record a video of herself singing under the tree.

In the video Stacey lip syncs along to the song How Far I’ll Go from the Disney feature film Moana.

The caption reads: “Should be cooking dinner but I’m making moana music videos instead, Time well spent.”

In a hilarious follow up her sister Gemma posted to her own story a video of herself stood in Stacey’s garden.

In the video Gemma says: “She just told me to come to the blossom, do I sound like I want to go to the blossom?”

Before switching to the front facing camera, revealing a behind the scenes look of Stacey sat on the floor of her garden singing the Moana song to herself as she grabs blossoms from the floor and throws them above her.

“This is not normal behaviour,” says Gemma before the video ends.

Stacey shared her sister’s video to her own fans, finding the whole exchange hilarious.

Branding it a behind the scenes look at her post Stacey comments: “PERFECTLY NORMAL BEHAVIOUR.”

Stacey has just begun shooting for the second episode of Sort Out Your Life, a follow up to the pilot special released easter Monday.

With no news of when it will be released, the BBC have commissioned six more episodes for the series and is planning to release sometime later this year.

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