Stacey Solomon helps grieving family sort life out with viewers ‘teary-eyed’

Viewers were in floods of tears as host Stacey Solomon supported a family in need on BBC One’s Sort Your Life Out with Stacey Solomon.

In a recent episode, Stacey helped a grieving family combine two households’ worth of belongings into a beautiful new family home.

The Smith family is made up of three nieces and nephews and mum and dad, Raaj and Roydel, and their son Ajay.

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Living in Hertfordshire, Raaj and Raydel moved into their sister’s former home to look after the kids after she sadly passed away from Covid in 2020.

While their emotional journey unfolded, Stacey was on a mission to declutter the family home, and viewers admitted they were “in bits” after the family spoke about their grief.

“There’s six of them in there,” Stacey told her team. “And at the moment, they say it is completely overrun with clutter.”

Auntie Raaj told Stacey: “Coming into this house without my sister felt painful.

“But I instantly felt like I needed to look after these kids and fulfil what my sister wanted for them.”

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Fans have since taken to Twitter to react to the emotional scenes.

One teary-eyed viewer wrote: “I’m in bits. It’s heartbreaking to see the tears tonight; I know the pain of letting go after losing my dad. What a beautiful family! But Roydel, I’m with ya! Coffee & photography! My joy too bro! #SortYourLifeOut #grief.”

Another added: “Might have had a few things in my eye tonight. This family. #sortyourlifeout.”

It comes after Stacey learned about the family’s living habits following the loss, as they had accumulated more than 207 loose nappies, 24 used toothbrushes, 145 Punjabi suits, and much more.

The family confessed they were “shocked” by how much clutter had filled their home.

Raaj is heard telling Stacey: “I feel like if It takes those things away, then those memories will be lost, and I live for these memories because it makes me feel happy and connected to my sister.”

“Are you okay?” Stacey said to the heartbroken Raaj as she became teary-eyed, pulling her into a hug and telling her to take her time.


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