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Stacey Solomon's son back in hospital

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Stacey Solomon has had to take her two-year-old son Rex back to hospital, days after he was stitched up following an accident.

The pregnant Loose Women star, 31, stayed in hospital overnight to ensure her child received stitches on his lip on Tuesday after a nasty fall in her garden.

On Thursday night, the mum-of-three, who is expecting her fourth child with fiance Joe Swash, revealed she had taken Rex back in to hospital following the procedure due to him having a high temperature.

She captioned an Instagram Story update: "Aw guys... we are back in triage because Rex's temperature has been spiking tonight. It's been the longest, most emotional week. I honestly don't know how I've even got one eyelash still on!"

Earlier on Thursday, Stacey had shared stories of her son looking energetic as usual as she had after the initial accident - explaining that he was too active to keep Steri-Strips placed on the cut steady.

The star posted pictures of him cuddling his panda toy and playing with a dinosaur, as well as an arts and crafts session in which Rex made his mum a gold handprint. She explained that he had stitches but that Steri-Strips were keeping them in place and that there was "one more day" until he was fully recovered.

Praising the doctors who treated Rex, she added: "Thank you for your lovely kind messages... thank you to everyone here at @bhrut_nhs (Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust) from giving birth here to fixing the pickles your staff and everyone who works so hard in your trust have always been so amazing.

"And I know first hand how busy and hard worked you all are. So grateful to our NHS always and forever... Thank you for all that you do. You're so incredible. And we are so lucky to have you."

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