Stacey Solomon takes a break from social media as her grandma is admitted to hospital

STACEY Solomon is today taking a break from social media because her grandma is in hospital.

Yesterday the the mum-of-three broke down in tears and told fans she hadn't slept for two days since her nan became ill.

Stacey's grandma fell ill on Tuesday and she hasn't been able to visit her because of coronavirus restrictions.

Today the TV star, 31, revealed she would be taking time off Instagram so she can help her mum with getting things ready for when her Gran can return home.

In a candid post on her Insta Story, Stacey shared a picture of her dog and wrote: "Just had an update on Grandma.

"She's doing ok and being looked after so well at the hospital. Thank you all so much for asking after her.

"It means the world. I'm going to spend the weekend helping my mum get things together and in place so I'll be off my stories.

"I love you all to the moon and back and I can't wait to see all of you Monday if all goes well.

"Have a lovely weekend. You deserve it."

Yesterday Stacey was moved to tears by her boyfriend Joe Swash's kindness as he tucked her up in bed with her favourite chocolate after a tough few days.

"Joe decided to surprise me with some treats and he made the bed (terribly but it's the thought that counts)," Stacey shared on Instagram.

"I love him so much… Having a little sniffle.

"(Actual sob) I'm going to try and have an early night.

"I haven't slept since Tuesday night.

"We got some more positive news about Grandma this afternoon so I'm going to try and stop worrying and catch up on some sleep."

Earlier this week Stacey revealed to fans she had a "really scary" night after her grandma fell ill – explaining she can't visit her because of lockdown.

The Loose Women favourite shared the news on Tuesday morning, apologising for her silence on social media.

Stacey explained: "Sorry I've been so quiet, my grandma isn't very well.

"Last night was really scary but looking much more positive this morning so we are all hoping and praying for the best…

"We aren't aloud (sic) to visit obviously because of lockdown and as much as we are desperate to give her a cuddle we hope we won't need to visit."

She continued in her Instagram story: "We are thinking of you Grandma ALAWAYS, and hoping and praying that when this lockdown is over we can safely come and celebrate your birthday with you next month…

"For now I'm going to keep myself busy as much as possible and think happy thoughts…."

The former X Factor singer then went on to share plans to take her youngest son Rex, one, to the garden centre to pick up a gift for her beloved grandma.

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