Stacey Solomon has described how a tree in her sprawling garden “makes her want to cry” as her sister captures her throwing petals in the air.
The 31 year old, who recently gave a glimpse inside the bedrooms of her three boys, took a selfie underneath the gorgeous pink tree in the grounds of her £1.2million Tudor-style Essex home that she has lovingly named Pickle Cottage.
Stacey filmed the flowering tree to a cover of Elvis Presley’s Can’t Help Falling in Love and captured the pretty petals scattered over the pathway and wooden bench.
Captioning the footage, the mum-of-three wrote: “This tree may be the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen. It makes me cry…
“The blossom is already falling down which makes me so, so sad but it’s also so beautiful all over the floor.”
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The Tap to Tidy author took a selfie underneath the tree with her stunning red locks cascading over her shoulder and a pink flower tucked behind her ear.
Stacey, who is mum to son Rex, one, who she shares with fiancé Joe Swash, along with Leighton, nine, and Zachary, 13, from previous relationships, described how she felt like a Disney character.
She penned: “Feeling like real life Moana
“The most random post ever I know but I really regretted not getting enough pictures with my magnolia before it turned to sticks so I just had to get one with the cherry blossom. It makes me smile so much.
“The colour, the smell, the way it falls. I’ll stop writing before I sound even more of a creepy weirdo. Love you all. Happy Thursday. P.S there is a lot of filter on here.”
Cleaning influencer Mrs Hinch, also known as Sophie Hinchliffe, who recently visited Stacey for a garden tea party at Pickle Cottage, commented: “Simply beautiful.”
Stacey added: “Aw the comments on here are so, so lovely. Love you all so much!!!!!!!!! Thank you.”
The beauty also filmed herself throwing petals in the air as she sat on the pathway while singing to How Far I’ll Go from the film Moana.
She wrote: “Should be cooking dinner but I’m making Moana videos instead. Time well spent.”
Stacey’s sister, Gemma Solomon, also known as The Label Lady, revealed how Stacey had told her to come and see the blossom.
Gemma captured Stacey in the act of throwing petals over her head while filming herself for her 4.4million Instagram followers and described how it was “not normal behaviour” alongside laughing emojis.