STACEY Solomon was overcome with emotion today as she shared her first family photo from her new £1.2million house.
Loose Women star Stacey, 31, and Dancing On Ice winner Joe, 38, hugged in the sweet snap taken outside the home, named Pickle Cottage, in Essex.
The engaged couple’s sweet baby son Rex crawled on the grass next to them, as Stacey’s sons Zachary and Leighton wrestled nearby.
The Tap To Tidy author captioned her photo with a gushing tribute to her family, writing: “ Home Sweet Home And so a new chapter begins We can not even describe how strange it feels that this is home.
“Never in a million years did we ever think this would be. We feel so lucky and are so grateful to have found this hidden treasure closer to our family and further out.
“We can’t wait to fill it with love and give it our everything. To raise our family here. And to just start a fresh. I’m very emotional for some reason. It still hasn’t sunk in and doesn’t quite feel real.
“Thank you for all of your supportive, kind, loving messages. We love you to the moon and back and I can’t wait to show you around…
“Here’s to the next chapter in pickle cottage ”
Stacey’s friends and family shared her excitement for her big move, as Loose Women co-star Ruth Langsford wrote: “Welcome to your new home…it looks gorgeous! ”
And Nadia Sawalha said: “So excited for you guys ! Can’t wait it to try out your cooker !!”
While Saira Khan said: “Congratulations Stacey and Joe, what a beautiful home for a beautiful family ”
Mum-of-three Stacey showed teasers of the scenic landscape around the property, which has been aptly named Pickle Cottage after her youngest son Rex, who is nicknamed “pickle”.
Pictures show a closer look at the huge home, which features Tudor-style wooden beam detailing on the outside of the property.
The wooden beams run throughout the country home, with Stacey detailed is “further from the city and closer to their family” in Essex.
The kitchen is fitted with oak cupboards and a large green cooker and gas hob, with tiled flooring and large panelled windows.
A small snug living room sits on the side of the house, as well as a bright conservatory and large carpeted drawing room with library shelves.