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Stacey Solomon has admitted that she doesn't want her pregnancy to end because it will be her last time experiencing it.

The Loose Women panellist is a mother of four and currently heavily pregnant with her second child, a baby girl, with fiancé Joe Swash.

Taking to her Instagram Stories on Tuesday evening, the 31 year old admitted that it was the first time she wasn't "wishing away" her pregnancy because she knew it would be the last time she would be expecting a bundle of joy.

The star admitted to fans that she was laying awake in bed thinking about her pregnancy and also giving birth.

Stacey said: "I think this is the first time I've been pregnant and not wished the end away cos I know I won't do it again, so I'm just kind of like clinging onto every second.

"But I was also thinking I've also got to get her here now – I've got to push her out. I've been in denial about it for the last nine months I think.

"Hopefully, I'm just hoping it's number four, so I'll just sneeze her out or a quick mazel tov – it's a girl."

Stacey added that she knew labour was going to be "horrendous" as she had struggled with the pain previously.

"I know it's not bad for everyone, but I don't love labour if I'm honest – I think it really hurts," she confessed.

Stacey is due to give birth to a baby girl any day now and recently joked that she doesn't have enough fuel to get to the hospital if she were to go into labour while her partner Joe is at work.

The couple announced they were expecting their second child together in June, and a month later, Stacey revealed it was a girl.

Stacey and Joe are already parents to son Rex, two, and Stacey has sons Zachary, 13, and Leighton, nine from previous relationships.

Meanwhile, Joe is also a dad to son Harry, 14.

Stacey previously hinted that her baby girl is due at the end of September or early October when she revealed in August that her daughter would be here "in eight or nine weeks."

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