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Stacey Solomon has revealed that she is “scared” of doing a full walk-through house tour of Pickle Cottage because she is afraid it would be a “burglar's dream”.
The 31-year-old, who recently transformed her son Rex’s bedroom, described how she “would love” to do a complete tour of her £1.2million sprawling Essex home.
Mum-of-three Stacey also described how she is often “paranoid” that her 4.4 million Instagram followers think that she is “secretive” by not revealing the full extent of her home that she shares with fiancé Joe Swash, 39.
Taking to Instagram, Stacey, who was having her hair done while filming, said: “I am just here getting ready. Penny is trying to brush my hair but it is so knotty. So many of you have asked me this one.”
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“I would love to do a full house tour from the front door all the way through and then put floor plans up and stuff but I am scared it’s like a burglar's dream!”
Stacey described how it is “definitely one of the most asked questions” as she shared a couple of messages from followers who were eager to see a house tour.
One penned: “Can you have a house tour from front door all the way through. Would love to see it.”
Another messaged: “Really random question. Sorry and very, very nosey of me. Could you please show us a floor plan of Pickle Cottage?
“I’m rather disorientated. P.S. you make my day popping up on my news feed and I’ve been SOOOO inspired by your organising xxx," they added.
However, Stacey described how she believed a “floor plan” would be the equivalent of creating a “map” of her family home.
She continued: “Am I just being paranoid or I don’t know? I feel like I would rather them get lost looking around if they are going to come than have almost like a map of it!”
Stacey created an Instagram poll to see what her fans thought of posting a floor plan on social media.
The results revealed that 25 per cent thought “it wouldn’t matter” while a staggering 75 per cent believed it would be a “burglar's dream”.
The Tap to Tidy author described how the messages from her fans “kill” her, with one reading: “Don’t listen to the 23 per cent… they’re the burglars.”
Laughing, she added: “Your messages kill me! I am sure not everyone on that vote is a burglar but I am so glad loads of you feel the same because sometimes you get paranoid thinking you are being secretive or something but they are just some things that you are too worried about sharing.”
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