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Loose Women's Nadia Sawalha lends Stacey Solomon a helping hand with cooking

Stacey now has her hands full with three young sons

Sharnaz Shahid

Loose Women panellist Nadia Sawalha made sure she was on hand to help co-presenter and good friend Stacey Solomon in the kitchen on Wednesday. Taking to her Instagram page, the mum-of-three - who recently welcomed little Rex with boyfriend Joe Swash - shared videos of Nadia teaching seven-year-old Leighton how to do some cooking. "Cooking lesson with @nadiasawalhaandfamily," wrote Stacey. "Honestly could cry right now, he's in his element. I love you auntie Nadia." Some of the dishes made included garlic bread and choux pastries.

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The cute posts come shortly after Stacey uploaded an emotional Instagram message about her fears of neglecting her older two sons - Leighton and 11-year-old Zachary. The TV presenter wrote about how proud she was of her sons for being so good and being able to entertain themselves while she looked after three-week-old Rex, but that it had made her feel more guilty for not spending as much quality time with them as she would have liked.

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"Knowing that my boys don't bat an eyelid that I’m sat playing with them whilst milking myself, or that I have to whack my boob out every hour makes me extremely proud," she wrote. "Trying to get a bit of one on one time with my big baby today in between feeds. Feel like I've neglected the boys over the last few weeks trying to get into a feeding pattern. I haven't managed to get into one yet (IS THAT NORMAL??)"

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The former X Factor finalist continued: "I've now got to the point where I can’t expect them to entertain themselves any longer. The fact that they've been so amazing and understanding has made it a lot easier for me but also meant the guilt has set in a little stronger because they're just so bloomin good. I really do need to get out of the house at some point in the near future too before I go stir crazy but honestly, the thought of having to wear actual clothes and interact with other humans is really daunting. When did anyone else leave the house after birth? Is 3 weeks too long? Send help..."

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