The Bank Holiday weather meant many Brits flocked to the seaside over the weekend.
And for Stacey Solomon, the beach vibes continued on Tuesday as she joined thousands of happy sunbathers in embracing the brilliant sunshine.
The singer, 31, admitted to her followers on her Instagram Stories that she had promised her kids a beach days and shared her preparation for the day ahead.
Alongside a snap of her enjoying a cuppa in her brilliantly bloomed garden, the star wrote: “We are in a mad rush because I promised the boys a beach day today and I wanted to get out early and it’s nearly lunch time. Typical.
“I woke up this morning and watched your stories and read as many of your messages as I could and I just wanted to say… Thank you for your kindness and support.”
She continued: “I honestly love you lot so much you make me laugh and smile every day and that is the best gift ever.”
Stacey then shared her snack prep and said it “started so well” before she started to shout at people to find there hats and glasses.
Next up came a video of how she placed her perfectly rolled towels into a sleek wicker basket.
She went on to describe to her followers that she needed to find the boys’ old buckets and spades and said: “I refuse to buy them for the One Millionth time.”
When she eventually made it to the pebbled beach, she shared a snap of her legs alongside a sun heat on some heat protecting oil.
She captioned the image: “We made it. Whatever you’re doing today I hope you have the best day. You deserve it.”
Earlier in the day she had been forced to hit out at an online troll who mocked her “tacky” DIY conservatory makeover.
The mum-of-three has been sharing her fantastic home transformation on social media and most fans have been wholly supportive of her efforts.
However, one follower branded her new lilac conservatory as “cheap” and “tacky” and fumed: “Stop with all the c***.”
But she wasn’t about to let the commenter dampen her spirits and took to her Stories to tell people to ““do what makes you happy”.
“Don’t worry about what anyone else thinks!,” she penned.
“If you love it, go for it… Love ya Wilma always bringing the happy vibes.
“I love it, I love the purple and the flowers and the smudged paint. Do what makes you happy.”
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