Stacey Solomon reveals she forgot to pick her kids up from school until they rang and asked her to go and get them

STACEY Solomon left fans in hysterics yesterday after that she forgot to pick her kids up from school until they rang to ask her to collect them.

The 31-year-old took to social media to tell her followers the school pick-up had completely slipped her mind.

The Loose Women panellist shared a clip from her car as she waited outside the school gates for her sons.

The TV star joked that she had been occupied in the garden and thought that her boys were upstairs homeschooling.

She said: "Would someone there please tell me you also forgot your kids.

"I was just having it up in the garden with Rex thinking I wonder when the boys will finish their homeschooling and then the school rang and I was like 'oh sugar what have I done here'.

"At least I didn't forget to bring them in, one out of two's now bad.

"What is wrong with my brain?"

Stacey is mum to Zachary, 12, Leighton, eight, and Rex, one, while Joe has son Harry, 13, from a previous relationship.

The I'm a Celeb star then shared a snap of her son Zachary smiling, the relieved mum wrote: "Thank goodness he's smiling.

"I use all my energy on hanging my crisps up and completely forgot about my kids ? ?."

Earlier this week, Stacey shared a snap of their kids returning to school today for the first time this year.

Schools reopened on Monday in England today in the first step towards lockdown being fully lifted.

Primary and secondary pupils are returning to classrooms for the first time in months after the second coronavirus wave.

The Loose Women panellist shared a heartwarming photo of her hugging her son tightly before they left for school.

The 31-year-old star wrote: "I know it's phone in a drawer day but I just had to come on here to say good luck to everyone sending their babies back to school today.

"I know its a mixture of relief and worry, happiness and sadness all at once. But you've been incredible and done such an amazing job.

"Good luck to everyone in education who have worked tirelessly and so hard to keep our children safe and learning throughout this time.

"We love and appreciate you so much. Good luck boys and to all the children going back today. We love you."

Stacey had been keeping her three young sons busy during lockdown byarranging fun playtimes and cooking up creative snacks for them.

The busy mum ensured that her son Leighton had an eighth birthday to remember with a Pokemon-themed cake and a DIY slip-n-slide in the garden.

She also went all out by transforming her bathroom into an epic beach for her kids.


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