Stacey Solomon has announced she won't be having any more children after giving birth to baby Rose.

The Loose Women panellist welcomed her first daughter into the world last month.

Baby Rose is Stacey's second child with former EastEnders' actor Joe Swash, who she also shares a two-year-old son with named Rex.

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The I'm A Celebrity winner is also mum to Zachary, 13, and Leighton, 9 - and she revealed to the Mail on Sunday's You Magazine why she now sees her family as complete.

She said: "We have to live within our means.

"We want to be the best parents we can. And when we were trying to have this baby, it wasn’t the process we thought it would be, so we were just so grateful to even get pregnant.

"I don’t want to push it any more. This is enough."

Stacey has previously opened up on how she suffered a tragic miscarriage as she and Joe tried for a second child.

The 32-year-old confirmed the happy news she was expecting Rose in a heartwarming announcement back in June.

The new addition to the family was born at Pickle Cottage last month - and Stacey described the home-birth as an "incredible" experience.

She said: "I knew deep down I would love to have her at home. It meant I could be with Joe the whole time and my mum could be with me, too. She’s been there for every one of the boys being born.

She added: "I just felt on the biggest high. I haven’t always had that rush after birth – in fact, it has been the opposite.

"But I think there was something about feeling in control and being at home, and the sun shining through my bedroom window… It just felt so surreal. I couldn’t stop smiling."

Stacey features in this week's edition of You Magazine - and she took to her Instagram Story in stitches when she discovered she had been replaced on the front cover by a fig and walnut Christmas pudding.

The former X Factor contestant sent out her fiance to get the magazine and was confused when he was unable to find it on the shop shelves.

She laughed: "I thought, 'Oh my God! I sold it out, people must have loved the cover!'

"And then... It turns out, I didn't sell out. I got replaced by a Christmas pudding.

"Oh my gosh, it's just cracking me up. Maybe I am too offensive to be on the cover."

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