STACEY Solomon quit social media over a "confidence crisis" after she admitted to feeling "embarrassed" by herself.
The Loose Women presenter, 31, took to social media to tell her fans that she was not feeling her usual positive self.
The telly favourite wrote: "I'm 99.9% sure it's hormonal but I'm having one of those days where I feel embarrassed.
"Do you ever just feel embarrassed of yourself? Or like everything you say/think is annoying?
"Where you just feel like everyone hates you and you're getting on their nerves?"
The star added: "Then the voice in your head is like 'oh g-d you're so cringe. Well I'm having one of those days.
"I know I'm so lucky. And my ridiculous meaningless confidence crisis is NOTHING on the scale of what people are going through right now. So please ignore me.
"I just thought I'd be honest and share the rubbish along with all the good otherwise what's the point in it all. Hope you have a lovely day. Love you all."
Stacey's worrying admission concerned fans with many sending her direct messages via Instagram.
The I'm a Celeb champion shared some of the sweet messages, with one fan writing: "OMG you hit the nail on the head, I definitely have days like that and you're right."
Another said: "Stace seriously that's the reason we all love you, you are 100 per cent honest and real."
A third added: "OMG this is so relatable, you're not cringe, embarrassing or any of the above."
The star revealed that she would be taking some time away from social media, adding: "Going to put my phone away today."
Stacey also thanked her fans for their support saying that she is sometimes worried to say her thoughts out loud.
The busy mum was mocked by mum shamers yesterday for doing the school run in her "posh" pyjamas.
She laughed off any criticism she got after she took her children to school wearing her PJs.
The mum-of-three took to social media to slam trolls who said they felt "sorry" for her kids.
Stacey shared a clip of her wearing silk grey and black patterned sleepwear including a matching dressing gown.
She wrote: "Back from the school run and for those telling me how sorry they feel for the boys having a mum who takes them to school in her pyjamas.
"Don't worry they were my posh pyjamas."
She laughed: "There was definitely a time when people wore pyjamas to go out, I remember the pyjama trend.
"You'd wear pyjamas with a pair of heels and it was a going out out outfit. I don't even get out of the car."
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