STACEY Dooley has revealed the bizarre way she discovered she was pregnant.
The TV star and her boyfriend Kevin Clifton are currently expecting their first child together – and have been busy nesting ahead of the birth of their baby.
Describing the moment she found out she was going to be a mum, the star told her legion of fans: “I did a pregnancy test in Selfridges toilet and facetimed kev in the back of a black cab.”
Stacey, 35, also shared a sweet photo of the moment she Facetimed Kevin, and he can be seen grinning away.
She continued to tell fans that Kevin was filming for a gig at the time he found out.
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Stacey said: “He had a radio mic on so it was all v chaotic.”
The post came as Stacey wished her followers a happy New Year, and shared her excitement about finding out she was pregnant.
Stacey has been keeping her Instagram fans up to date with her birth, and the prep for her first child.
This week, the documentary maker detailed which equipment she was yet to buy for her newborn, due any day now.
The Strictly winner, who has been dating Kevin, 40, since their time on the show, said she was looking to buy a steriliser.
The sterilising equipment is marketed as killing bacteria on baby bottles and feeding equipment by using boiling water.
However, despite wanting to be all kitted out for the baby, some cruel commenters hit out that she "didn't need" it.
Many called out that she "shouldn't buy one" if she was planning on breastfeeding her first child.
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"My penultimate day of work before the baby comes," Stacey wrote. "I haven't got a steriliser yet, but I have got this completely impractical bag for expectant mothers…"
"Breastfeeding doesn’t require sterilisers," one penned, as another added: "You don't need one, use the stove."
A third added: "If you’re breastfeeding you won’t need a steriliser… problem solved!"
But her fans hit back, with one saying: "Don't feel any pressure to feed your baby any other way than how you feel most comfortable Stacey. You're going to be great."
Another added: "I am sure she knows exactly what she’s doing and has done her research (this is her job after all!)"
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