Stacey Solomon looked every inch the proud mum as she shared a slew of family snaps on Instagram on Sunday.
The Loose Woman presenter, 32, who welcomed her baby daughter Rose earlier this month, decorated her garden in Pickle Cottage with pumpkins ahead of Halloween.
Posing with her three sons Zachary, 13, Leighton, eight, and Rex, two, and fiancé Joe Swash, Stacey reflected how when she had welcomed Rose 24 hours after the family had gone pumpkin picking.template type="amp-mustache"">>/amp-minute-media-player">>
In keeping with the pumpkin theme, the family dressed in orange as they posed with their hoard of pumpkins and spooky Halloween props.
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Stacey dressed toddler Rex in a burnt orange co-ord with his name printed across his chest, while Rose looked adorable in a cute orange baby grow.
She wrote: 'Our little Pumpkins. Today we spent the day in the garden making pumpkin patches with our newest pumpkin.
'We picked these pumpkins the day before Rose was born and I finally had the energy to get out with them all today.
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'Rex loved putting them all around the trees and the big boys wanted to make a spooky patch.
'Rex wasn't too keen (his face in the second picture sums it up), Happy Sunday everyone.'
'Lots of Love from all of us.'
Over the weekend, Stacey revealed the hidden meaning behind her newborn daughter Rose's full name.
In an Instagram Q&A with her fans on Friday, the Loose Women star explained why she and Joe opted for the moniker Rose Opal Solomon Esmè Swash, adding that it 'could be more perfect.'
Stacey also admitted she feels 'guilty' for being so happy following Rose's birth as she struggled to have the same feeling after welcoming her three older sons.
Alongside an image of her holding a pink rose while the sun beamed through the window, Stacey explained how they'd originally picked the name Autumn before eventually settling on Rose.i-amphtml-sizer">
She said: 'We loved Autumn but the initials didn’t work and then every evening after she was born, the sun goes down right outside her window, so I’d watch it set from in there and it always shined on her mobile and lit up the rose.ADVERTISEMENTi-amphtml-sizer">
'That’s when we knew she was our Rose.'
The former X Factor star, who welcomed her girl on October 4th, then went on to discuss the sentimental meanings behind the rest of Rose's name.
She went on: 'Opal – because I still can’t believe she was born on my birthday, so we had to have our birthstone in there.
'Esmè– because we wanted a name with “E” so her initials would spell out ROSES and Esme means loved, so we thought it couldn’t be more perfect.'
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