Loose Women 's Stacey Solomon dropped a big hint on Wednesday's show that she may have another baby soon.

The star, who has a one-year-old baby with her boyfriend Joe Swash, admitted she does not want to be taking the contraceptive pill forever.

Stacey also has two sons, Zachary, 12, and Leighton, 8, from previous relationships.

The Loose Women panelists, led by ITV news presenter Charlene White, were discussing contraception and whether it was a woman's responsibility when in a relationship with a man.

Stacey said she wanted to come off the pill and that her and Joe were "not finished adding to their family"

Stacey revealed that at the start of a relationship, she expects a man to supply condoms and would consider the pill further down the line.

"I always expect the man to provide the birth control I don't know if that is a generational thing," she said.

"If I was to meet someone, which I don't do these days, I would expect they would bring a condom with them, I wouldn't bring it myself. I would not be automatically on the pill."

Stacey and Joe share 14-month old baby Rex

Charlene then asked Stacey if Joe had considered getting a vasectomy.

"It's not a conversation I've had with Joe because neither of us know if we have finished extending our family or not," Stacey replied.

"But in a few years we would definitely have that conversation if we decided we didn't want more children.

Stacey with Joe, Rex, Zachary and Leighton

"Though I don't think either of us would expect that, or for me to have my tubes tied.

"We would have to look at our other options."

"I personally would argue my case for not going on the contraceptive pill for a long time because that is not something I want to do... The only thing left would be a coil with no hormones."

Later on, Stacey addressed a question on Instagram asking about her baby plans.

She told her fans: "This is the most asked question of the day. We'd never say never - we feel so lucky and grateful to have four amazing children and it's my favourite thing in the world being a mum, so who knows,"

She wrote on the screen: "We haven't got any plans to try for any more pickles but we would never say never...

"We love being parents, it's our biggest privilege so to be able to do it again would be a dream."