Stacey Solomon was grinning with glee as she waited to pick up up her son Zach from his date at the ice skating rink.
The Loose Women panellist, 32, waited for her eldest son Zach, 13, to finish his cute evening ice skating and reflected on how fast her children are growing up.
The Essex mum-of-four shared the proud moment on her Instagram stories to her followers of almost five million people.
In the snap Stacey is holding her baby daughter Rose, who was adorably dressed as a Christmas pudding recently, and beams for the camera as she wrote: "Me and rose have popped out to pick Zacky up from his ice skating date and I could cry."
Stacey gave birth to Zach in 2008 and time has gone fast in her eyes, as she added: "Its just the cutest but also scary how quickly they grow up. Rose was wide awake so I was so excited to be here to pick him up."
The proud mum was happy to be playing taxi driver for the evening as she shared another snap of a frothy hot drink with plenty of marshmallows on top.
The star captioned the photo: "Being a taxi driver mum has its perks. Hoping Rose falls into her night sleep on the way home and we get a few hours before her midnight snack."
The Loose Women star loves to give a glimpse inside her amazing home, called Pickle Cottage, in honour of her four "Pickles" – the sweet nickname she she gives her children.
Stacey has been documenting her preparations for Christmas and recently shared a sweet family photo of all her children in matching pyjamas.
The Solomon-Swash family have been lapping up this festive time of year and recently Zach's younger brother Rex, two, wore a Spiderman costume to their trip to the Cinderella pantomime.
Stacey praised the show which starred EastEnders actor and TV legend Brian Conley.
The star wrote: "What an amazing show! Well done everyone at Southend Theatres, we all laughed the whole way through!”
She added: “I’ve missed live shows so much and seeing amazingly talented people perform. Brian Conley, you were so brilliant.”
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