Stacey Solomon appears to let slip newborn baby’s name as she plays with son in latest Instagram story

Stacey Solomon has appeared to let slip the name of her newborn baby in an Instagram video.

The new mum, 29, was sat with her son Leighton in the cute footage – where she was playing with an orange as she joked about breastfeeding.

In the video, she said: “When your orange looks perfect for breastfeeding!”

She then laughed: “Should have given that one to Rexy!” – hinting that the little tot’s name is Rex.

The revelation comes after the Loose Women star opened up on missing her baby bump after returning home from hospital with her baby, who arrived “sooner than expected” last month.

Sharing a photo of herself with Joe kissing her stomach, Stacey wrote: “I’ve lost it today. I really miss my bump and baby being inside me.

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“I don’t feel I appreciated it enough while I was pregnant and now it’s over. Joe and I didn’t have one picture of him with my bump. The thought of not having that memory has been really getting me down so today, Joe and my Dad helped me get a picture of what’s left of my bump to cheer me up."

She added: “I love them so much. It’s not the same but it still means the world to me. For the record, for all of the people who asked me how excited I was to get my pre baby body back? Was I hoping to ‘snap back’?

“Am I going to train? Etc etc. I hate these questions. They’re pointless. And not important or relevant. No one knows how they’re going to feel and what we look like after birth is the very least of our worries. The truth is I’m devastated that my belly is shrinking by the day. I wish it could stay around for a little longer.

“I feel empty and hollow. Not to mention like I’ve been punched in the vagina.”

As well as her newborn, Stacey is also a mother to sons Zachary and Leighton.

Joe is also a father to son Harry from a previous relationship.

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