Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash have revealed an adorable new family tradition.
The pair, who welcomed five-month-old son Rex together back in May, have started a sweet new Christmas tradition of their own – a family Christmas card.
The couple have teamed up with card and gift shop Card Factory to come up with a festive greeting card featuring the two of them with baby Rex as well as Stacey two sons from previous relationships, 11-year-old Zachary and seven-year-old Leighton.
Former I’m A Celebrity Extra Camp presenter Joe Swash is also father to 11-year-old Harry from a previous relationship, but he doesn’t make an appearance on the festive card.
The TV pair used the high-street store’s Festive Family Photocard service, where customers can submit photos of themselves and their families either online or in store and the photos will be made into a family Christmas card.
They shared six different designs, including an adorable shot of the cute couple kissing under the mistletoe.
Speaking about the card, Stacey said, “As a family, we feel it’s so important to mark Christmas with a beautiful card to our loved ones, so to have our very own family portrait to make this year’s super special has been just amazing.
“The Card Factory Festive Family Photocard service is so fun and convenient – I hope everyone loves our card as much as we do and pops in store or visits cardfactory.co.uk to make their own!”
Card Factory’s Customer and Digital Director Glyn Williams added of the launch, “We have seen a rise year-on-year of demand for personalised Christmas cards so we thought – why not take it one step further?
“The Festive Family Photocard service was created to give every Card Factory customer the opportunity to take a proper family portrait – something that can often be reserved just for the rich and famous.
“This year, we want every customer to #MakeItATradition.”
Want to make your own adorable greetings card? The service will be running on the retailer’s website and in branches across the country until 31st December, and will set you back £10 for a set of 10 cards.