Stacey Solomon 'Accidentally Reveals' Son's Name In Instagram Post
Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash welcomed their first child together almost two weeks ago, but the happy parents are keeping tight-lipped on the little boy's name. But fans think Stacey just accidentally just revealed the tot's moniker in an Instagram post, and we absolutely love it.
On Wednesday, the new mum-of-three shared a video to her Instagram story in which she appeared to call her two-week-old son 'Rexy' or 'Rex'.
Naturally, fans who have been eager to know the newborn's name now believe Joe and Stacey have settled on 'Rex' or 'Rexy' for their little boy - especially as the post was swiftly deleted as the comments poured in from fans.
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Trying to smile :joy: This is my face every time he latches on :joy: I didn't breastfeed Leighton and I don't remember 11 years ago with Zach so it came as a bit of a shock to me when my feeding experience wasn't blissful breast time and expressing pints of milk in between! After not mastering the latch that leaving my boobs engorged and my nipples feeling like they'd been rubbed on sandpaper I think we are finally getting there. I've been milked by just about every health visitor and breastfeeding specialist around (for which I am eternally grateful) and my baby can finally get his tiny mouth around, what Zach and Leighton call, my Pepperami nipples! We still haven't mastered it yet and we might never master it - that's ok too. I just thought for anyone out there struggling or who struggled to breastfeed that it's perfectly OK, there's nothing wrong with you, and you're doing amazingly. All things I've struggled to believe at times. It's so wonderful to see people's happy breastfeeding pictures and amazing expressing photos - I love them, but from somebody who is lucky to express 10ml if not dust when I put a pump on I would have loved to see some different experiences too. Here's to making it work no matter what way round you do it! Breast or bottle, Mammas, YOU ARE INCREDIBLE! :muscle:
"Look on her latest insta story I'm sure they call him Rex," pointed out one person, while another echoed: "The baby boy name is Rex or Rexy I am not sure which one it is because I have seen both names bundled about on here ok.
"Apparently Stacey put a story on her Instagram saying it is Rex or Rexy but 30 mins later she deleted the post!"
"So your babies name is Rex? If I love it," asked somebody else on Joe's page.
While nothing has been confirmed by either parent, the name could just be an affectionate one used by the parents rather than his official title.
Following the baby boy's arrival last month, the couple now share four children between them as Stacey has two sons, Leighton, seven, and Zachary, 11, from previous relationships, and Joe shares a 11-year-old Harry with ex-partner Emma Sophocleous.
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I've lost it today. I really miss my bump and baby being inside me. I don't feel I appreciated it enough while I was pregnant and now it's over. Joe and I didn't have one picture of him with my bump. The thought of not having that memory has been really getting me down so today, Joe and my Dad helped me get a picture of what's left of my bump to cheer me up. I love them so much. It's not the same but it still means the world to me. For the record, for all of the people who asked me how excited I was to get my pre baby body back? Was I hoping to "snap back"? Am I going to train? Etc etc. I hate these questions. They're pointless. And not important or relevant. No one knows how they're going to feel and what we look like after birth is the very least of our worries. The truth is I'm devastated that my belly is shrinking by the day. I wish it could stay around for a little longer. I feel empty and hollow. Not to mention like I've been punched in the vagina. :blue_heart:
Continuing the pattern of being super honest about pregnancy throughout all of her trimesters, Stacey has shared a number of uplifting posts on the realities of breastfeeding and parenting since giving birth.
Just yesterday, the Loose Women presenter shared a post on the struggles she's experienced breastfeeding her boy.
"I just thought for anyone out there struggling or who struggled to breastfeed that it's perfectly OK, there's nothing wrong with you, and you're doing amazingly," she added in the caption.
We can't wait for official confirmation over the little boy's name!
Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Stacey Solomon