‘I’ll take a text’ Stacey Solomon admits she’s open to ‘any kind of proposal’ from boyfriend Joe Swash

Forget down on one knee, with rose petals and candle light, Stacey Solomon is open to the idea of a proposal by text message.

The TV presenter was on the Loose Women panel discussing the topic of marriage proposals by text – and whether it’s ever acceptable for a partner to pop the question in this way.

28-year-old Stacey, who has been dating dating actor Joe Swash for almost two years, announced on the show that she thought ‘any kind of proposal is great’.

‘I’ll take a text. That’s a great idea. All the pressure’s gone, just sent a little message,’ she explained.

When you go to @suzanneneville to try on dresses for an event but you get carried away and start trying on wedding dresses… I AM NOT GETTING MARRIED, I haven't been proposed to, we aren't even thinking about it (well maybe I am a little bit, or a lot, or all day every day) so don't get carried away! I just couldn't resist. I say we should be aloud to wear these dresses for any event or casual brunches or just around the house! Oh my goodness I nearly cried when I had to take it off. So if anyone's ever feeling blue get yourself a little try on session it's literally made my day! Hahaha ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ P.S I have made sure to tell Joe to stay off of social media because of some phone eating virus ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

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Fellow panellist Ruth agreed that she was fine with getting a text message proposal from her other half, Eamonn.

Recalling the romantic moment she revealed that it was less text, more ‘love letter’ style message that he sent while they were together in a car on their way home from the race.

The long text ended with a simple, ‘will you marry me?’ to which Ruth replied – also via text – ‘yes please’ and they held hands all the way home.

๐ŸŒˆ๐Ÿ˜ He makes my smile Thisssss biiiiggg ๐Ÿ˜Š

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Listening to the story, Stacey added: ‘A text can be just emotional and just as lovely as a letter.’

In the past, the mum-of-two has described herself as a ‘hopeless romantic’.

Speaking to OK! magazine, she said: ‘I’m always like, “Let’s get married, let’s have kids.”‘

‘But because me and Joe value each other and want to make this forever, I think sometimes if you want it to be forever then you have to take it at a certain pace.’

She added: ‘The main thing is that we’re happy, we just really want it to work and we want to take our time with it and put everything into it.

‘We’re just being grown up and sensible.’

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