Stacey Solomon surprised with drive-thru night out – but is forced to the back because Joe Swash's car is 'too big'

STACEY Solomon was surprised with a drive-thru night out on Friday – but was forced to the back because Joe Swash's car was 'too big'.

The Loose Women star, 30, shared some videos of her family movie night on her Instagram story, before gushing over her partner's sweet gesture.

Sharing a black and white snap of herself with Joe and their son Rex, Stacey wrote: "? Stranded At The Drive In ? Date night with the pickles… Such a lovely surprise ?

"Joe wanted to get here two hours early so we got a space at the front but the height of his car means we have to park at the back ?

"I do love you bubs to the moon and stars and back again. It’s the sweetest thought. Big pickle getting the hotdogs in ? Hope you’re all ok tonight. Love you lots ?"

Stacey told fans the family went to watch Bohemian Rhapsody and "ate, laughed and cuddled A LOT".

She shared some sweet clips of her boys asleep in the car and their snacks for the evening – hotdogs and chips.

Earlier this week, Stacey revealed she's considering fostering children with Joe when her sons grow up and leave home.

She said she has been inspired by Joe's mum, who is a foster carer, and is keen to help displaced children later in life.

Stacey is mum to Zachary, 12, Leighton, eight, and Rex, 14 months, whom she shares with former Eastenders star, Joe.

She was asked whether she would share her home with people in need as the panel discussed Gary Lineker saying that he had offered his home to refugees.

She told the Loose Women panel: "Joe's mum is a foster carer and we've both had a discussion, that that is something we'd absolutely love to do."

However, she hinted that she does want more biological kids with Joe first, as she doesn't want to be on the pill long-term.

The star also spoke about her future with Joe, 38, after they welcomed baby Rex together last year.

Speaking about using birth control, she said on Loose Women: "I always expect the man to provide the birth control I don't know if that is a generational thing.

"If I was to meet someone, which I don't do these days, I would expect they would bring a condom with them, I wouldn't bring it myself.

"I would not be automatically on the pill."

Charlene then asked Stacey whether Joe has ever considered having a vasectomy to stop them having more kids.

Stacey revealed they haven't had that discussion but she wouldn't feel comfortable taking the pill long-term either.

She replied: "It's not a conversation I've had with Joe because neither of us know if we have finished extending our family or not. 

"But in a few years we would definitely have that conversation if we decided we didn't want more children."


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