Stacey Solomon says she and Joe Swash ‘don’t want more kids’ as they ‘can’t cope’

Stacey Solomon has candidly discussed her family life and how she's not planning to have any more children.

The Loose Women panellist, 33, is mum to Zachary, 15, Leighton, 10, Rex, four, 23-month-old Rose and six-month-old Belle. Through her marriage to former EastEnders star Joe Swash, she is also step-mum to his son Harry, 16.

Stacey's eldest children are from previous relationships, while her younger three she welcomed with Joe, and she now shares that the couple are not planning to have any more children.

Speaking to the Mirror she discussed how she and Joe have very little time for romance in their life.

She said: "I think me and Joe are in our non-romantic era. It is important just to get time for us, but we’re at that stage in our life where that’s not really possible

"We recently went to a friend’s wedding and had a night together, which was really lovely, but outside of that it’s once or twice a year that happens."

Revealing that she and Joe don't want any more children, Stacey continued: "We don’t want any more – we cannot cope with it.

"Yeah, we wanted all these kids and we’re so grateful to have them. So we will get romantic… but in 20 years’ time."

Stacey previously responded to an Instagram commenter who had written "Baby number 6 pending," followed by a red heart on one of Stacey's photos.

Taking to her Instagram Story, Stacey uploaded a video of herself jet washing the garden furniture ready for summer she said: "Absolutely not [laughing face emoji and praying hands emoji]

"Going to keep myself FAR away & get my thrills from cleaning the garden furniture instead."

It comes after Joe, 41, quipped that he and Stacey are "addicted to having babies."

Speaking to OK! the former soapstar said: "We’re at number six now. The baby bit goes so fast, and then before you know it, they’re toddlers – then you yearn for babies again.

"We’re slightly addicted to babies – it’s so nice to be needed. You think, ‘Six has to be it,’ but I’d never say never."

He continued: "They’re only babies for three or four years before Stacey starts wanting another one, so I have to make the most of it now!

"I like to be hands-on. They’re only going to be kids for a short amount of time, so me and Stacey are just trying to make the most of it."

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