STACEY Solomon is set to relish a Valentine's "just for me" as the TV star admitted she and fiance Joe Swash are "sick of each other" ahead of the romantic day.
Despite Joe, 39, popping the question to Stacey, 31, in December, and this being their first Valentines Day together, the pair could well keep their celebrations low-key.
Her confessions come during the UK's latest coronavirus lockdown, which has seen the pair holed up together along with their kids – without contact with anyone else – since before Christmas.
The Loose Women panelist took to her Instagram Stories to reveal her intentions for the traditionally loved-up February 14, which this year falls on Sunday.
She uploaded a snap showing her in the garden with the candid words: "I think I'm going to throw myself in Valentine's this year.
"Christmas has been, Halloween has been and I just need a new day."
The ITV star, wearing her hair in a bun and a cream knit, added: "Not for me and Joe, we are really sick of each other," followed by a laughing Emoji icon.
She added: "Just for me really.
"Time to start making free kisses and cuddle vouchers for mummy."
Yet despite seeming to shun this year's Valentines celebrations, she has in fact made an effort for her other half, creating an adorable gift costing just £23.
Stacey whipped out her arts and crafts to create a customised dinner plate.
The thoughtful gift had a sweet personalised stamp from each family member.
The couples adorable pet pooch Theo also made his mark by adding his paw print to the plate.
The family added their names along with the message Happy Valentines Day.
Stacey showed her fans how she created the plate by applying some pet friendly ink and then pressing her toes onto the place to create the creative gift.
In one clip she joked: "I decided to add myself to the plate because I felt a little bit left out."
It came ahead of their milestone first Valentine's as an engaged couple, after her long-time boyfriend proposed with a huge diamond ring on a walk in the woods on Christmas Eve.
Joe popped the question while on a walk in the woods opposite their house with her two sons Leighton, eight, Zachary, 12, and their child Rex, one.
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