Stacey Solomon's sons surprise her on the toilet with a rendition of 'Happy Birthday'

Singer Stacey Solomon poses for photographers on arrival at the premiere of the film 'Peter Rabbit', in London, Sunday, March 11, 2018. (Photo by Grant Pollard/Invision/AP)
Stacey Solomon poses for photographers at the premiere of Peter Rabbit, in London (Grant Pollard/Invision/AP)

Stacey Solomon got a bit of a shock when her sons surprised her on the toilet to wish her a happy 30th birthday.

The Loose Women star was sat on the loo feeding her four-month-old son Rex some milk when her older boys barged in to sing to her.

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The whole thing was captured on camera by Solomon’s partner Joe Swash, and later shared on Instagram.

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In the clip Swash could be heard checking whether Zachary and Leighton were ready, before the trio burst into the bathroom and surprised Solomon with an enthusiastic rendition of Happy Birthday.

“Thank you,” said the bemused-looking presenter, giving the boys kisses and telling them that she loved it.

Earlier, the star shared pictures and videos on social media of the build up to her big day.

She confessed she had been in floods of tears over celebrating the milestone.

Sharing a picture of a dining table laid out for a party, Solomon told her fans that her family had thrown her a surprise 30th bash.

Screengrab from Stacey Solomon Instagram
Screengrab from Stacey Solomon Instagram

"Sorry I've been a bit quiet today,” she captioned the image.

“Having a very emotional day.

“Turning 30 tomorrow and everything is making me cry.

"My family surprised me for a birthday eve meal at my sisters.

“I cried..."

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Solomon also shared a picture of Rex on his tummy and revealed she cried at that too, and said she also shed some tears and ended up with “red blotches” when her nieces and nephews fought over who would sit next to her.

Another image showed a cup with the number “30” on it, and Solomon wrote: “My sister got me this cup.

“Surprised I still had any tears for this, but yep, I cried.”

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