Loose Women panelists were discussing flirting when the conversation turned to Stacey Solomon being sexualized at a young age
Loose Women’s Stacey Solomon said she was sexualized when her body developed at 10 years old.
The panellist discussed what it is like to have larger boobs and said that most people will ‘think you’re coming on to them’.
“Being a busty girl, it doesn’t matter what you do, people will think you’re coming on to them,” she told her fellow panellists.
While some of them laughed, she continued to explain her point.
“If you’ve got a big shape, like I’ve got massive boobs, and I love them,” Stacey said.
“I remember being a young girl, being a teenager and even before I was a teenager… I developed really young and people automatically thought that it was a sexual thing and assumed I was flirting with them, laughing at them, whatever… .
“But I might have been 10 years old but with boobs.”
The conversation began when the women, including Katie Piper, Nadia Sawalha and Kaye Adams, discussed flirting.
Nadia had said people consider her to be a flirty person, but in actuality, she is simply interested in what others have to say.
Katie agreed and said she enjoys speaking to people.
Kaye then added: “I agree you’re, you both like people and you’re interested. But I would say you, Nadia, are flirty. And Katie you’re friendly. And I don’t know why,” which prompted Stacey’s conversation on sexualisation.
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Meanwhile, Stacey has been busy working on the ITV2, renovating her Pickle Cottage home, and preparing for her wedding to fiancé Joe Swash.
Although we don’t yet know the exact date the couple will be getting hitched, a few weeks ago she said it’s three months away – meaning the wedding is to take place in July.
She recently updated fans with a clip showing all the wedding dresses she was trying out at home to find the perfect one.
She wrote over the video, clutching a cuppa: “Good morning from me and some words I never imagined I’d be saying.
“I’m picking my wedding dress today!”
Then she added: “Joe is still away and I’ve hidden him from my stories, don’t worry!”
The mum-of-four had previously been set to tie the knot last summer, but her plans were put on hold when she fell pregnant.
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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.