Stacey Solomon in tears saying her hands won’t stop shaking as she reveals details of Joe Swash’s shock proposal

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STACEY Solomon has been left in shock and can’t stop crying after long-term boyfriend Joe Swash proposed.

As The Sun explained earlier, the former EastEnders actor and the Loose Women star are engaged after he got down on one knee in a wood.

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Newly-engaged Stacey Solomon told followers: ‘Sorry I’m a mess’[/caption]

But even hours later, with her children in bed, the 31-year-old explained she was still struggling – as she gave fans more details about the proposal.

She said: “My hand is still shaking and every time I touch something and look down I remember and cry.”

Stacey added: “It’s been the weirdest day ever. Thank you so much for all your lovely messages.”

Joe then chipped in saying: “She’s my fiance!” and kissed her on the head.

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She said her hand was still shaking hours after Joe Swash’s proposal[/caption]

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She explained today how he had got down on one knee in a wood[/caption]

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The actor planted a kiss on her head saying: ‘She’s my fiance’[/caption]

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Stacey and Joe together earlier this year with her sons and their baby Rex[/caption]


Her voice cracking, Stacey added: “Happy Christmas Eve. For anyone wondering, yep I was wearing a Norm jumper, reindeer ears and my slippers.

“I thought we were just going for a walk in the park but… I love you all.”

Stacey and Joe have one child together – baby boy Rex Toby Francis Swash, who was born in May last year.

Loose Women panellist Stacey had her first son Zachary, whose dad is Dean Cox, as a young mother at 17.

Her second son Leighton, whose father is Aaron Barnham, was born four years later.

Joe also has an older son, 13-year-old Harry Swash, with his former fiancee Emma Sophocleous.

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