Stacey Solomon ‘felt sick’ after family day out at water park near Essex

Stacey Solomon revealed that she ‘felt sick’ after a family day out at an Essex water park as she confessed she’s ‘so unfit’. The Essex born TV presenter and fiancé Joe Swash took their children for some bank holiday fun at a water park yesterday (April 30), with the pair getting involved at the attraction themselves.

Sharing videos from Essex floating water park, Aqua Action in Ilford, Greater London, she showcased the family spending time together in the sunshine on her Instagram page. Stacey had shared clips from their visit to the water park, with her revealing to fans that her children were expecting her to take part this time.

She wrote on her Instagram: “Time for some bank holiday fun. The boys love this place so much and I haven’t been on for a couple of years because I was pregnant so I promised [I would soon].” After the activity, however, Stacey, 32, posted a video telling her followers that she ‘felt sick’, The Mirror reports.

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She said in the video: “I’m so unfit. I feel like I could throw up after that.” She reiterated the point in the accompanying caption to the video, writing: “I’m so unfit. I feel sick after that. They’ve started playing football, I don’t know how they do it.”

Stacey shared footage of her fiancé Joe, 40, running along the inflatable course, with him coming towards the camera at one point. She said: “Joe loves it the most tbh.” The couple – who have a seven-month-old daughter, Rose – visited the water park with their son Rex, two. Stacey’s sons Zachary, 14, and Leighton, nine, were also with them.



She explained that her eldest had been waiting for a while to throw her into the water at the attraction, with her sharing footage of the moment that he succeeded earlier. Alongside a clip of him pulling her in, she wrote: “Zach has been waiting all year to get me in that lake. I can’t fight them off anymore as they’re too blooming big.”

As the family began preparing to leave the attraction, she wrote: “All done and ready to go home.” She teased physical discomfort, saying: “Can’t feel my legs anymore.”

Stacey then took the opportunity to promote the attraction, writing: “This is a little local family run business.” She further added: “We love taking the kids here.”

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