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Stacey Solomon reveals she is taking time away from social media as grandmother remains in hospital

Stacey Solomon reveals she is taking time away from social media as her ill grandmother remains in hospital

Stacey Solomon has said she will be taking time away from Instagram after her grandmother was admitted to hospital earlier this week.

The Loose Women panellist, 31, previously revealed she isn’t able to see her- because of coronavirus safety precautions- so she has decided to take a break to spend the weekend with her mother. 

In a candid Instagram post, she shared a snap of her dog and wrote: ‘Just had an update on Grandma. She’s doing ok and being looked after so well at the hospital. Thank you all so much for asking after her.

Emotional times: Stacey Solomon broke down in tears and announced she is taking a break from Instagram as she and her family are unable to see her sick grandma in hospital

‘It means the world. I’m going to spend the weekend helping my mum get things together and in place so I’ll be off my stories.

‘I love you all to the moon and back and I can’t wait to see all of you Monday if all goes well. Have a lovely weekend. You deserve it.’

Earlier this week, Stacey broke down in tears as she admitted she hasn’t been able to sleep after learning her grandmother had been taken to hospital.

On Thursday, Stacey also clarified why she was spending less time on social media and why she was unable to see her sick relative. 

She added: ‘Sorry I’ve been so quiet, my grandma isn’t very well. 

Time out: The TV presenter, 31, previously revealed she isn't able to see her grandma - because of lockdown- and has decided to take a break from Instagram to spend time with her mother

Time out: The TV presenter, 31, previously revealed she isn’t able to see her grandma – because of lockdown- and has decided to take a break from Instagram to spend time with her mother

‘Last night was really scary but looking much more positive this morning so we are all hoping and praying for the best…

‘We aren’t allowed to visit obviously because of lockdown and as much as we are desperate to give her a cuddle we hope we won’t need to visit.’

Stacey is the mother to sons Zachary, 12, Leighton, eight, and 17-month-old Rex, and she has been keeping busy with her children as she tries to focus on ‘happy thoughts’ instead of her grandma’s illness.  

She said: ‘We are thinking of you grandma ALWAYS, and hoping and praying that when this lockdown is over we can safely come and celebrate your birthday with you next month… 

Love: Stacey is a mother to sons Zachary, 12, Leighton, eight, and 17-month-old Rex, (pictured) and she has been keeping busy with her children as she tries to focus on 'happy thoughts'

Love: Stacey is a mother to sons Zachary, 12, Leighton, eight, and 17-month-old Rex, (pictured) and she has been keeping busy with her children as she tries to focus on ‘happy thoughts’

The mother-of-three added: 'We are thinking of you grandma ALWAYS, and hoping and praying that when this lockdown is over we can safely come and celebrate your birthday with you next month...'

The mother-of-three added: ‘We are thinking of you grandma ALWAYS, and hoping and praying that when this lockdown is over we can safely come and celebrate your birthday with you next month…’

‘For now, I’m going to keep myself busy as much as possible and think happy thoughts…’

It has been an emotional week for Stacey as she broke down in tears last Friday after she was gifted a special book from small companies.

The TV presenter admitted she ‘hasn’t stopped crying’ as she treated her Instagram followers to a peek inside the thoughtful present.

Decorated with the title: ‘Stacey… just a little thank you’, the book was filled with personalised letters and notes from family-friendly businesses amid the UK’s second lockdown. 

The mother-of-three grew emotional as she said: ‘Now I’ve got to stop reading this book. Thank you I love it.’ 

Stacey highlighted that the latest lockdown had a negative effect on the growth of certain companies, as she added: ‘I know there’s so many small businesses that I haven’t gotten round to mentioning that really need help at the moment, so I’m just going to keep sharing as many as I can. 

‘Maybe when small business really kindly offer to send us gifts, I can put it in a competition. 

‘So I can share their page and competition and also give other people a chance to win that kind of stuff. Anyways, love you loads!’ 

It's the thought that counts: It has been an emotional week for Stacey as she broke down in tears last Friday after she was gifted a special and personalised book from small companies

It’s the thought that counts: It has been an emotional week for Stacey as she broke down in tears last Friday after she was gifted a special and personalised book from small companies

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