Pregnant Stacey Solomon says world is obsessed with high profile women clashing
Stacey Solomon has staunchly defended Boris Johnson's wife Carrie – and says the world is too obsessed with high-profile women arguing.
The Loose Women star, 31, returned to the ITV panel on Friday for the first time since her exciting pregnancy announcement.
Stacey is expecting her second child with her fiance Joe Swash, 39, and they also share their baby Rex, 2.
Stacey also has Zachary, 13, and Leighton, nine, from her previous relationships.
Appearing on Friday's episode (11 June), the panel were discussing the video footage of Carrie Johnson and Jill Biden – the wives of Boris Johnson and US president Joe Biden.
In the footage, the two wives of the world leaders can be seen walking on the beach together amid the G7 climate change summit which has taken place in Cornwall.
Discussing the footage, Stacy said she thought people are too obsessed with whether high profile women get on with each other or not.
She said: "I think people expect women not to get on, we were sitting there this morning being asked by the producers, 'Do you think it's important they get on? Is it important they have a good relationship?'"
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"I'm like, why wouldn't they get on?
"They are two women with their husbands on a work trip, and they are chatting – I really don't read much more into it than that, they are supporting their husbands.
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