STACEY Solomon suffered a sleepless night after Joe Swash left her at home to head off on holiday with his oldest son, Harry.
The 38-year-old star has set aside some quality time with the 13-year-old, with the father-son duo heading to Wales for a “special adventure”.
The pair took off in the early hours of the morning, with 30-year-old Stacey taking to Instagram to say good morning to her fans not long after.
Admitting that she’d struggled to sleep, the mum-of-three filmed her cup of tea in the garden as she explained: “Joe left a few hours ago and I couldn’t get back to sleep so I made some frozen yogurt cups.
“And now I’m in the garden doing the animal poo run with a cuppa tea and my garden fejka!
“Hope you’re all okay this morning, happy Fri-yay”.
Stacey and Joe made the most of their time together before he left for the week, taking a family trip to the beach on Wednesday evening.
Yesterday, Stacey shared a sweet group photo to her Instagram page from a separate walk in nearby woodland, explaining her dad had met them there to take the photo especially.
In the snap, her and Joe’s 14-month-old son Rex is beaming on his dad’s shoulders, with Stacey hugging him on one side.
Her 12-year-old son Zachary is hugging Joe on the other, with eight-year-old Leighton smiling in the middle.
She captioned the post: “You Have My Heart. Rex’s face is cracking me up.
“My dad met us in the park today and took this picture of us and I can’t stop smiling at it… Joe‘s off on an adventure with his biggest pickle late tonight so we had all the cuddles today because we will miss them both soooooo much.
“It’s always hard to be without them but we know how special it will be and how important it is for them… We love you to the moon and back boys have the best holiday EVER.
“And when you get back be prepared for the amount of Fejkas I may have collected… Don’t worry I’ll make it up to you in animal snacks.”
But she wasn’t all soppy, with the TV favourite later joking “good riddance to bad rubbish” as she cuddled up to her boyfriend on the sofa.
He playfully hit back: “She’ll be crying in a few days: ‘Where’s my Joe?’
“Mark my words.”