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Stacey Solomon: ‘I still have my sons’ foreskins’

Loose Women star admitted she 'can't let things go' and had them tucked away in a drawer

Stacey Solomon at the Jewish News Night of Heroes Awards (Blake Ezra Photography)
Stacey Solomon at the Jewish News Night of Heroes Awards (Blake Ezra Photography)

Stacey Solomon sensationally revealed she still has her sons’ foreskins as she fronted a new decluttering programme for the BBC.

The 31-year-old Loose Women star admitted she “can’t let things go” and has the sentimental keepsake tucked away in a drawer.

Solomon made the admission for her new BBC One show, Sort Your Life Out, which helps people reorganise their homes.

The mum-of-three said: “There are things in my house that if I was like, ‘why don’t we come and do this over at mine?’ they’d be like, ‘Stacey! How have you still got your son’s foreskin in a box?’

“I keep some random, gross stuff because I cannot let it go. So I totally understand.”

Shocked viewers were quick to turn to social media with their musings.

One wrote: “Did Stacey Solomon just say she’s kept her sons’ foreskin on BBC1 at 6.30 on a Monday night?”

Another wrote: “Walked into the living room as parents are watching Sort your Life Out. I have no interest in this sort of telly but, I do now know that Stacey Solomon has her son’s foreskin in a Tupperware box. TV teaches me things every day.”

Solomon is a mother to Zachary, 12, and Leighton, eight, from former relationships. She has another son. Rex, one with fiancé actor Joe Swash.

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