Kind and funny: Stacey Soloman posts touching birthday message to son Zach

Stacey Solomon is celebrating her eldest son Zach's birthday - as he turns eleven-years-old.

The 29-year-old took to Instagram to post snaps of her cuddling Zach and her other son, six-year-old Leighton. 

Zach is her only child with her former boyfriend Dean Cox.

She captioned it, ''Zachary,  I can not remember life without you. I can not believe you’ve been in my life for 11 years today. I remember and cherish every second of it.'' 


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She continued, ''We’ve been through it all together. Graduating college where you would come with me every day and be such a good little bubba in the college crèche while I studied, to the X Factor where you where the drive for every push I needed to give myself to go as far as I could.''

She added, ''To the jungle where knowing you were only a stone throw away and before long I’d be able to squeeze and cuddle you and hope that I’d done you proud. To becoming a big brother. And might I say the best big brother that’s ever lived.''


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She then went on, ''Kind, caring, loving, Leighton is a very lucky young man. To blossoming into the, incredibly thoughtful, compassionate, empathetic, strong, funny, happy, human you are today. You have no idea what you’ve done for me and brought to my life and you probably never will.''

Her fans thought the post was so cute.

One said, ''What a blooming marvellous mummy post! Bought a tear to my eye and now wish mine weren't at school so I could quickly squish them. Happy Birthday to Z.''

While another wrote, ''How wonderful to read. The love just pours out. What a lucky boy he is to have such a kind, joyous, positive mum in you. Happy Birthday and hoping you all have a great day.''

The Loose Women star is also expecting her third child - and first with boyfriend Joe Swash - so there will be many more emotional birthday posts to come. 



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