STACEY Solomon and Joe Swash enjoyed some family time with baby Rex and the kids at Winter Wonderland.
The 30-year-old, who welcomed Rex with Joe earlier this year, couldn’t have looked happier as they enjoyed a series of rides and games.
Looking her usual stylish self, the Loose Women star wore skinny jeans and a fur trim denim coat.
Joe was spotted carrying their son Rex around while Stacey's sons Leighton and Zachary from her past relationships walked alongside them.
Actor Joe also has 12-year-old Harry, who he shares with ex-fiancée Emma Sophocleous, but he didn’t join them on the day out.
Their family outing comes after Stacey admitted how upset she still gets upset about how much weight baby Rex lost when she couldn't breastfeed.
The star – who is known for her candid attitude online - posted a photo of her struggling to nurse as she shared how sad she felt the day her milk dried up.
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She told her fans: "I really felt like I failed at breastfeeding and even now I get upset when I see other women breastfeeding (even though I'm genuinely so happy for them).
"I get a knot in my stomach looking back to how much weight he lost and how sad I felt the day my milk dried up."
Stacey is reliving her early experiences with baby Rex - her son with partner Joe Swash - for a new podcast about motherhood.
She continued: "I wish I knew then what I learned in this episode... I really wish I'd have done more research and not just assumed I could breastfeed and I would automatically know what I was doing, although I do believe we are sold a picture that it's so natural and easy and it's what we are made to do which isn't helpful."