STACEY Solomon was full of praise for 'amazing father' Joe Swash with a touching Instagram post.
The Loose Women panelist lauded her boyfriend after his dad tragically passed away when he was just 12.
The mother-of-three, 30, shared an image of 2020 Dancing on Ice winner Joe, 38, along with smiling Baby Rex and gushed over how great a father he is for their one-year-old.
She wrote: "Had to repost Hoe's one didn't I? seriously though not knowing how much of his own father he missed out on, losing him at such a young age."
She added: "Nothing brings me more joy than seeing him being an amazing father to all of our boys. We are so lucky to have you."
Joe's father Ricky lost his life due to a undiagnosed heart condition.
Stacey's post comes ahead father's day and just a couple of days after the former X-Factor contestant filmed Joe signing to Rex.
She treated fans to an adorable throwback clip featuring the former Eastenders star craddling their newborn last year.
Joe could be heard singing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star – and Stacey said it was her favourite thing to watch because Joe could never remember the words.
She wrote beside her video: "One of my favourite things about (Joe) is he doesn't know the words to ANY nursery rhymes but he still goes for it because he loves singing to the pickle."
The Sun revealed Stacey can cash in on her popularity by commanding up to £15,000 per Instagram post when she promotes products.
The former X Factor singer has built a loyal Instagram audience of 3.4million followers and keeps them entertained daily with her cleaning hacks, budget-friendly interiors and being a mum to sons Zach, 12, Leighton, eight, and Rex.
And new research found Stacey could rake in £14,500 per Instagram post.
The new study, which was carried out by pre-owned watch and jewellery specialist EST1897, found that she could also earn £4,919 per video on TikTok due to her impressive 983,000 followers on the platform.
But if Stacey was to join forces with her partner Joe on social media, the research found that they could charge a whopping £21,200 per post.
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