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Stacey Solomon shops in her PJs and slippers as she stocks up on Christmas decorations at the garden centre


STACEY Solomon shopped in her pyjamas and slippers today as she stocked up on Christmas decorations at the garden centre.

The busy mum was all wrapped up in a fluffy coat and her favourite PJs as she headed into the Summer Hills Garden Centre in Basildon today.

Stacey, 31, wore comfy slippers, green polka dot pyjamas and a protective face mask.

The Loose Women presenter nipped to the garden centre with her lookalike sister Gemma and a friend, after doing the school run with kids Zachary, Leighton and baby Rex.

A source told The Sun: "Stacey did the school run in her pyjamas, and then popped to the garden centre to pick up a few things."

Stacey's not shy about how she does the school run in pyjamas.

She often calls out mum shamers and hit back at the back at mum shamers on Instagram last week.

The presenter had been slammed for doing the school run in her night wear - but laughed off the criticism as vile trolls said they felt "sorry" for her kids.

The mum-of-three took to social media to hit back, declaring "they're my posh ones".

Stacey shared a clip of her wearing silk grey and black patterned sleepwear including a matching dressing gown.

She wrote: "Back from the school run and for those telling me how sorry they feel for the boys having a mum who takes them to school in her pyjamas.

"Don't worry they were my posh pyjamas."

She laughed: "There was definitely a time when people wore pyjamas to go out, I remember the pyjamas trend.

"You'd wear pyjamas with a pair of heels and it was a going out out outfit. I don't even get out of the car."

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