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Stacey Solomon shares photo of her son partying with Millie Bobby Brown

The Loose Women star helped Millie celebrate her birthday on Wednesday

Aisha Nozari

Millie Bobby Brown rang in her 16th birthday in style on Wednesday at a star-studded bash that included guests such as Nadia Sawalha and Stacey Solomon, who brought Zachary - one of her three sons - along to celebrate with the A-list actress. Sharing a photobooth snap of her ten-year-old standing in between Millie and another party guest, the Loose Women star wrote: "We love you to the moon and back. Have the bestest day, you deserve it," and also added: "Happy birthday @millybobbybrown, you beautiful, smart, kind human."

 

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To mark her 16th birthday, the Stranger Things actress shared a powerful message about change. Millie asked for "kindness" as she posted a video on Instagram that gave her followers an insight into the Millie "behind the scenes of the headlines and flashing lights". 

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Stacey shared the snap on Instagram 

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In the striking clip, a number of different headlines and insults flash up on the screen, including one which criticises her "adult style". The video then cuts to footage of Millie walking the red carpet and signing autographs for fans, before clips of her as a child and more recent footage of her laughing and joking around on set.

Mille accompanied the video with a heartfelt message that revealed how difficult she has found fame at times. She wrote: "16 has felt like a long time coming. I feel like change needs to happen for not only this generation but the next. Our world needs kindness and support in order for us children to grow and succeed."

She added: "The last few years haven't been easy, I'll admit that. There are moments I get frustrated from the inaccuracy, inappropriate comments, sexualisation, and unnecessary insults that ultimately have resulted in pain and insecurity for me. But not ever will I be defeated. I'll continue doing what I love and spreading the message in order to make change. Let's focus on what needs changing and I hope this video informs you on the things that go on behind the scenes of the headlines and flashing lights. Don't worry I'll always find a way to smile ;) leggo 16."

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