Joe Swash has opened up about the challenges of raising five children with his wife Stacey Solomon. The 39-year-old TV personality admitted that they are constantly exhausted but wouldn’t change it for the world.
Swash, who is best known for his role as Mickey Miller on the soap opera “EastEnders,” spoke candidly about the demands of parenting during an appearance on the podcast “Something for the Weekend.” He revealed that he and Solomon, who is a singer and TV presenter, often find themselves feeling drained due to the responsibilities of raising their blended family.
The couple shares two children together, one-year-old Rex and four-month-old daughter, whose name they have not yet revealed. In addition to their two children, Swash is also a father to 13-year-old Harry from a previous relationship, while Solomon has two sons, Zachary, 12, and Leighton, eight, from her previous relationships.
Swash emphasized that although they are exhausted, they wouldn’t change their situation for anything. He explained that despite the challenges, seeing their children grow up and experiencing the love and joy they bring into their lives makes it all worth it.
The TV personality also praised his wife for being an amazing mother and managing the household. He acknowledged that Solomon takes on most of the responsibilities when it comes to the children, and he is grateful for her dedication and hard work.
Swash and Solomon have been together since 2015 and got engaged in December 2020. They have been very open about their journey as parents, often sharing glimpses of their family life on social media.
In conclusion, Joe Swash has spoken honestly about the exhaustion that comes with raising five children, but he and his wife Stacey Solomon wouldn’t trade it for anything. Despite the challenges, they both find fulfillment and joy in watching their children grow up. Swash also expressed his admiration for Solomon’s dedication and hard work as a mother.