Stacey Solomon says shes going to cuddle Joe all night after his tears over Caroline Flack


STACEY Solomon shared that she was going to “cuddle” Joe Swash “all night” after his tears over Caroline Flack.

The 30-year-old star has been supporting her boyfriend at this difficult time, with Caroline found dead in her London flat on Saturday after taking her own life.

Stacey has been supporting her boyfriend at this difficult time

Last night, Stacey shared a sweet photo of herself cudddling up to Joe, 36, who is cradling their nine-month-old son Rex.

The pair are smiling at the camera, while baby Rex is wrapped in a blanket and appears sleepy.

Stacey captioned the photo: “Holding them tight… Tonight and always.

“Going to put the pickle down and watch a movie and cuddle Joe all night!

Joe was close friends with Caroline after they worked together for I’m A Celeb
He broke down on Dancing On Ice on Sunday

“Hope you’re all ok. If you’re not, please tell someone.

“Love you all, look after yourself because you deserve looking after.”

Stacey added a link to the Samaritans charity as well as their phone number, writing: “For anyone who needs it.”

Joe has been left devastated by Caroline’s tragic passing, and broke down following his Dancing On Ice performance at the weekend as he paid tribute to his friend.

Caroline tragically passed away on Saturday

The pair grew close when they were both presenters on I’m A Celeb’s spin-off show between 2009 and 2010.

Overcome with emotion, he told hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield: “I want to send my love to her family.”

He was supported by his professisonal partner Alex Schauman, who added: “This was really hard for him to get through, to do a happy number when he feels the way that he feels.

“I am so proud of him.”

Stacey shared tribute to her boyfriend at the weekend

Stacey, who was in the audience with Rex and Joe’s older son Harry, looked emotional as she cheered her partner on from the crowd.

She later shared a gushing tribute to her boyfriend as she posted a photo of the star cuddling up to his two sons.

She wrote: “Love is everything. We are so proud of you. There is nothing worse than seeing you in pain, but nothing that fills our hearts more than seeing the joy you get from being a daddy and a role model.”

On Saturday, Joe fought back tears as he addressed Caroline’s death on his Instagram Story.

Joe previously addressed Caroline’s death on his Instagram Story

His voice cracked as he told fans: “I want to send a message to everyone and let everyone know that Caroline Flack was the most amazing person you could ever come across.

“She was funny, super talented, and she had the most infectious laugh.

“I wish that she could have asked for help because there’s so many people that love her and I am going to miss her so much.

“We can’t let this happen, we can’t let this happen to anyone else.”

Love Island’s Iain Stirling paid tribute to the star in last nights show

Caroline’s devastated family announced the tragic news on Saturday evening, saying in a statement: “We can confirm that our Caroline passed away today on the 15th February.

“We would ask that the press both respect the privacy of the family at this difficult time.”

The bubbly TV presenter was due in court next month for assaulting boyfriend Lewis Burton, having always insisted her innocence.

Lewis also denied the prosecution and made a public declaration of his love for the star in a heartfelt Valentines Day post on Friday.

Caroline’s managers have publicly blasted the CPS after they continued to prosecute the star despite Lewis making clear he did not want them to and there being no serious injury.

Lewis, 27, paid tribute to Caroline on Sunday morning, saying that he is “in so much pain” following her death.

Last night, Love Island – which Caroline used to be the face of – returned to our screens after two days off air.

The show’s voiceover artist Iain Stirling paid moving tribute to the star at the beginning of the programme, and all theme music was omitted from the episode.

The sponsorship idents from Just Eat were also replaced with mental health helplines, as the hashtag #BeKind was shown on screen.

If you are affected by any of the issues raised in this article, please call the Samaritans for free on16123