STACEY Solomon completely blitzed her kitchen last night as she gets ready for weeks at home with her children.
The 30-year-old made sure everything was gleaming as she struggled to come to terms with the schools being closed to help contain the further spread of coronavirus.
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Stacey has three kids: a 10-month-old son Rex with Joe as well as Zach, 11, with her ex Dean Cox and Leighton, seven, with her ex-fiancee Aaron Barnhan.
She later admitted that the usual rules have already gone out the window – and she’s not quite sure how to deal with it.
Sharing a clip of her boys singing, the concerned star wrote: “Sorry I’ve been so quiet. Bedtime is a write off since the kids found out they’re off school until further notice.
“I’m just laying here thinking about what I’m going to do on my last day of freedom tomorrow until further notice.”
The day before Stacey had turned to ice cream for comfort as she joked: "When you find out the schools are closed until further notice.”
As the coronavirus crisis intensifies, it's been announced that all schools will be closed from Friday "until further notice".
Vulnerable children, or those whose parents are key workers will be able to keep going to school.
It comes as Britain's death toll yesterday rose to 144 with a total of 3,269 confirmed cases.
Boris Johnson told the nation he is "absolutely confident that we can send coronavirus packing in this country" and the tide can be turned within three months – but only if people take steps such as social distancing, self-isolating if they show symptoms and washing their hands.
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Stacey previously revealed that while the nation is stockpiling food and drink, she is bulk buying fake tan.
She said on Instagram Stories: “I’ve had so many messages asking me what I bought from the shops yesterday.
“I can assure you it wasn’t toilet roll or hand gel.”
The Loose Women star showed how she had stocked up on cat food, bars of soap, daffodils – as they made her think of “better times”- and the staple item of fake tan.
Stacey explained: “I don’t want to be on lockdown and pale.”
This comes as supermarkets are introducing widespread rationing for the first time since World War Two due to the coronavirus epidemic hitting the UK.
Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Asda today set a limit of three for any item and two for essential products, such as toilet roll and handwash.
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