STACEY Solomon was left dealing with explosive poops and FIVE kids alone as Joe Swash left his Christmas shopping to the last minute.
The Loose Woman star showed off her multi-tasking skills as she managed to put together a flat pack coffee table while looking after the kids.
Stacey gave fans a glimpse inside her busy life as she was left holding the baby, dealing with explosive poops, as well as four other kids, while Joe and the rest of her family went last minute Christmas shopping.
The 30-year-old TV presenter rocked a festive purple jumper with Christmas trees on it and cosy leggings as she went about her daily chores.
She wrote on her Instastories: "Sorry I've been a bit quiet. My sister, Joe and my mum have all left their Christmas shopping to today, so it's me and five children and a flat pack."
She added: "Wish me luck."
In another shot where she was pictured speaking to her family on a walkie talkie, she added: "Lunch, the big kids have beef Hula Hoops and a slice of cheese. None of the adults are back yet."
When Joe arrived she said: "Look whose finally decided to come home," as the EastEnders funnyman tried to explain himself.
Stacey is mum to baby Rex with Joe Swash and Leighton and Zachary from her past relationships.
The festive day came after her boyfriend Joe, 37, admitted he would have split from Stacey if it wasn't for Rex.
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Speaking on Stacey's podcast, Here We Go Again, Joe said he "suffered in silence" and even considered "a little separation" after Stacey banned him from going near Rex because he sprayed too much deodorant.
He aid: "I did resent you. But it's weird, because in any other situation, I would have probably gone 'we need to take some time apart, we need to have a little separation' that's how bad it was."
He added: "I think because it's a baby, it makes everything acceptable. There's a real reason behind it.
"If it was just a normal, everyday, this is how we are feeling. Fine, I would have to think about where we were in a relationship. Because we had our baby, our family, it all becomes acceptable."