Stacey Solomon in tears as baby daughter Belle makes huge milestone

Stacey Solomon was left in tears as her baby daughter Belle reached a huge milestone.

The proud mum, 33, took to Instagram as she became emotional watching Belle crawl for the first time, sharing a video showing both the crawling and Stacey's own emotions.

On the video, she added the text: "Level Unlocked Belle's first crawls" and penned the caption: "And just like that, our baby girls is crawling [crying emoji] How is this all happening already? The days are long but the months are flying by…"

And resharing the adorable clip to her Instagram story, the mum-of-five added: "Well done Belle" and "Where is the time going please [crying emoji]"

Fans were quick to comment on the sweet clip, with one writing: "Wow can’t believe she is crawling where has the time gone [three heart emojis]"

"That’s gone sooo fast! I can’t believe she’s almost on the move already, love her little smile xx" added another, while a third commented: "She’ll be running before you know it! Yay Belle [heart emoji]"

It comes after Stacey marked another milestone for her four-year-old son Rex as he'll be attended “big boy school” this year.

Sharing a photo of his school uniform prepped on a stand and ready to go, Stacey wrote: "New level unlocked. Big boy school.

"I can’t even describe how emotional this makes me. I can’t believe in just a few days Rexy will be in big school. He’s still my baby. And Leighton is off to seniors. Omg send help."

Stacey has a busy home life with Rex and Belle, and their one-year-old sister Rose with, all of whom she shares with her husband ex-EastEnders star Joe Swash.

She is also mum to Zachary, 14, with her ex Dean Cox and son Leighton, 10, with ex Aaron Barham. While Joe is also dad to teenage son Harry, 15, who he shares with ex-girlfriend Emma Sophocleous.

Stacey recently opened up to OK! ahead of the return of her BBC series Sort Your Life Out, revealing that even she isn't immune to having a cluttered home.

She said: "I come home and I’m like, ‘Whoa, I’ve got to sort my own life out! Life is busy.

"Most people are working two full-time jobs, if not more. And they’ve got children to contend with, as well as other commitments.”

She added: "Even if you’ve got no mental health issues – I don’t know if I’ve ever met anyone who doesn’t, myself included – even if you have nothing else to worry about, with both people in the household working and you’ve got children, even that is enough to let it get on top of you".

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