Stacey Solomon shared her 'nightmare' night to fans on social media after having to take her youngest son to A&E.

The pregnant TV star informed fans of the worrying incident on Instagram today.

Stacey, 31, shared a video on her Instagram story along with fiancé Joe Swash explaining that her two-year-old son Rex had fallen over and needed to go to hospital, Manchester Evening News reported.

The mum-of-three said in the video: "We had a nightmare yesterday.

"Rex fell over in the garden and we were like, 'up you get'.

"And then we looked and it wasn't an 'up you get' situation. He hurt his lip so we took him in to A&E and he had some little butterfly strips put on."

Joe was more upset than Rex about the incident according to Stacey.

She explained how they were having to make another trip to the hospital today for actual stitches.

"But he was so good," Stacey said of her son. "He didn't make a sound. He was like, 'yeah, fix it' to the doctor. He was so good."

While Rex put on a brave face, less could be said for dad Joe.

"Joe on the other hand did not enjoy it," Stacey said as she put the camera on Joe.

"Honestly, when the kids are hurt..." he is heard saying before Stacey said: "He had to leave the room and he wasn't even crying! It was so funny.

"Bless him. I'll be looking after Joe today probably more than Rex," Stacey added before turning to her fiance and saying: "I love you."

Stacey reassured her fans that Rex is "absolutely fine" and that he was as "smiley as ever" when he got up this morning.

She did admit, however, she was "nervous" to take her son back to the hospital but knows he'll be a "little super star".

Stacey then shared a look at the numerous messages she received from fellow parents.

"Thank you," she said. "I always feel soooo guilty when the boys hurt themselves...

"So it's comforting to read your messages and remember they all have little knocks now and then."

She added: "Never worry about what anyone thinks of you... There will always be 'perfect' people out there who judge you.

"You're doing your best every day and they're so loved. And you're doing an amazing job even when they fall over. That's all that matters."

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