Stacey Solomon talks candidly about how Joe Swash doesn’t ‘feel comfortable’ disciplining her sons

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Stacey Solomon has talked openly and honestly about what it's like for her and partner Joe Swash living as a blended family

On Friday's Loose Women Stacey said Joe doesn't "feel comfortable" disciplining her two sons from previous relationships.

Stacey is mum to Zachary, 12, and Leighton, eight and then she shares little one year old Rex with Joe.


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Talking about disciplining her sons she said: "Joe doesn't feel very comfortable disciplining my boys and if I'm around, I always think that's my job.

"Joe needs to have that friendly relationship with them."

She added that Joe would discipline them if he was on his own with them.

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"If he's on his own with the boys, then I expect him to discipline them if they do something wrong but outside of that, he doesn't.

"When you're a blended family the person who you're with is always the fun one, because you don't want them to be really strict.

"It's just a really hard dynamic. It just depends how your household is and who's there."

While Joe admitted he was worried that his son Harry, 13, from a previous relationship, would be jealous of Stacey's sons because he lives with them and not him.

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Joe said: "We couldn't be more blended if you tried. And like you said, it is tricky. It's not straightforward.

"There's lots of people to take into consideration. Some of them people might not be as reasonable as other people, you know, so it's a constant one field of trying to juggle and keep all the parties happy."

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