Stacey Solomon handed out some sage advice to her followers as the storm made her reassess her mental health.
The Loose Women star admitted she's been feeling a little under the weather lately as she opened up about her inner struggles.
The mum-of-three, 30, said she'd been getting down on herself lately and questioning herself.
That was until the storm came along to end the UK's blistering 34C heatwave, making her realise that the bad times will soon come to an end too.
Passing on some advice to her followers, she penned on her Instagram story: "The storm is here...
"The boys are back in and everyone is in our room. Theo and Mitsy included
"I really love a good storm. It just feels like everything can start a fresh and once it's passed it will all be ok.
"I've really felt a bit lost this week. Just a bit 'meh' it that's the word and I haven't been saying the nicest things to myself.
"So I just want you to know. If you haven't been feeling yourself. If you've been questioning yourself, beating yourself up over silly things or just feeling a bit lost and alone... You're not.
"You're doing so well every single day and just like this storm, this 'meh' phase will pass. I promise.
"Goodnight. Love you lots. Tomorrow if a fresh, new day."
Stacey, who is in a relationship with fellow I'm A Celebrity winner Joe Swash, is often praised for her open and honest approach to social media.
The former X Factor star often lets fans into her home life.
Stacey, who is mum to Zacahary, 12, Leighton, eight, and Rex, one, is also much-loved for her DIY and decorating tips.
If you are affected by this story there are many people who would be happy to talk to you:
If you need to talk and don't know where to turn to, the Samaritans operate a free helpline open 24/7 on 116 123. Alternatively you can email [email protected] or visit the website to find your local branch.
If you or somebody you know is experiencing a mental health problem, SANEline's helpline is open between 4.30pm and 10.30pm every day on 0300 304 7000.
The mental health charity Mind has resources aimed at helping you cope with and plan for a crisis. Visit their website for details on helplines, how to access crisis services and what to do if you're unable to get help yourself.
- In an emergency, dial 999 for urgent help
She shares her daily routine on her Instagram stories each day, including the fun meals she makes for her kids, her organising and upcycling skills and her heatwave hacks.
* Samaritans (116 123) operates a 24-hour service available every day of the year. If you prefer to write down how you’re feeling, or if you’re worried about being overheard on the phone, you can email Samaritans at [email protected]