Stacey Solomon forgets how many children she has in funny Loose Women blunder

Stacey Solomon was left in hysterics as she forgot one of her children during a discussion about parenting and partners.

Joe Swash's partner welcomed baby son Rex in May last year, while she has two older sons from different relationships – Leighton and Zachary.

The Loose ladies were discussing whether you should police check your partner when you start dating.

Andrea McLean pointed out that people get checks on houses and items before making a commitment, so why not do the same with a partner.

Stacey decided to have her input, confessing how having children made her think it was good to be aware of anything important.

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But it's then that she made the awkward mistake of claiming she had "two young children".

While initially no one said anything, Andrea was quick to remind her she was in fact a mother of three.

Appearing to forget Rex for a split moment as she talked about her two sons growing up, Stacey and those around her saw the funny side.

Stacey placed her head in her hand and laughed it off, before confessing: "Oh yeah, sorry."

She added: "Sorry Rex," while Andrea noticed how nobody had even picked up on the blunder.

She then stated: "It's been a long Christmas," before joking that bit should be edited out.

On the topic of whether the partners of your children should be "checked", Stacey explained her thoughts.

Stacey said: "Nobody's saying don't go on any dates and don't trust anybody because they're all scary.

"If there's an opportunity to find out something about somebody, something that I think is a necessity to know, why not do it?"

She went to say that if she had reasons to be worried about someone who one of her sons were dating she might act on it, before forgetting about her baby son Rex.

Loose Women airs weekdays at 12:30pm on ITV.

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