Stacey Solomon warns Joe Swash he ‘won’t be getting lucky tonight’ after he throws her oven decoration on the floor – The Sun

STACEY Solomon warned Joe Swash that he "won't be getting lucky tonight" after he dramatically threw her oven decoration on the floor – just days after hinting that she may end up getting pregnant again.

The 30-year-old star enjoyed a romantic date night with Joe, 38, as they made the most of coronavirus lockdown this evening.

Taking to her Instagram Story, Stacey revealed that she was putting her three children to bed earlier than usual so that she and her partner can enjoy some quality time.

The TV favourite shares 11-month-old Rex with the former EastEnders star, and is also mum to 12-year-old Zachary, and seven-year-old Leighton from previous relationships.

Stacey filmed Joe cooking in the kitchen as she explained: "We are putting the kids to bed early and having a date night tonight.

"Joe's cooking us a special Wednesday date night dinner."

However, the romantic moment was interrupted when stressed Joe reached for the oven door and was left baffled by the fake vine leaves his girlfriend had placed there.

Looking at Stacey in bewilderment, the Dancing On Ice champ dramatically tugged the decoration from the oven and threw it on the floor, defiantly asking: "What is it? What is it?"

Stacey calmly quipped back: "Well that wasn't very nice, someone's not getting lucky tonight!"

The joke remark is quite a change of tune, with Stacey telling her followers twice in recent days that she may end up getting pregnant again as she swooned over Joe doing housework.

And it appears that Stacey had another change of heart as this evening went on, gushing over Joe's tacos as she filmed the delicious-looking spread that had been laid out by their garden fire pit.

The mother-of-three then shared a sweet photo of herself and Joe beaming as they cuddled up by the flames.

She captioned the post: "Garden Date Night. Doesn’t matter what we do we do, I just love spending time with you.

"Not sure Hoe [sic] feels the same after the amount of time it took to take this picture.

"Tonight we managed to get the boys to bed while it was still light out! Hallelujah!

"We aren’t 100% up to date with all of the school work and the boys lay ins are getting longer and longer but today we had sea themed sandwiches and i tidied a drawer so… Swings and roundabouts."

Addressing the worrying current climate amid the ongoing health pandemic, Stacey added: "I hope you’re all ok and reminding yourself how amazing you are even when things feel like they’re not going how they should be.

"We are all just doing what we can and that’s ENOUGH.

"Thinking of all of the key workers who are out on the frontline keeping the country running and safe every day, which always makes me feel very lucky to be in quarantine with my family – even when they’re farting, arguing, wiping their bogies on the sofa or asking for more food after they’ve eating the entire fridge."


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