Stacey Solomon shows off wedding hair transformation and WOW

'I love changing to fun bright colours'


by Nathan Katnoria |

Stacey Solomon has unveiled latest hair transformation after deciding to switch up her look for her wedding.

The Loose Women star and TV presenter, who is known for her ever-changing hairstyles, exchanged vows with Joe Swash at their Pickle Cottage home over the weekend.

But before the big day, Stacey took to social media to show off her new hair after choosing to get rid of her red tresses in favour of a more natural look for the special ceremony.


Alongside a series of gorgeous selfies (which also gave fans a close-up look at her huge engagement ring), Stacey wrote, “👰‍♀️ Wedding Hair Done 👰‍♀️ It feels so so lovely to be blonde again 🥲.

“For some reason I just wanted to be back to me and my (not so natural but natural 😂) for our special day. As much as I love changing to fun bright colours I didn’t want anything crazy for the wedding and just want to feel as me as possible 😂 I love it so much.

“It was a process but it was sooo WORTH IT 😉 Happy Friyay everyone. Not long to go 🥹.”

Stacey’s followers and fans couldn’t get enough of the transformation and flooded the comments section with messages including her best pal Mrs Hinch, who wrote, “Absolutely gorgeous girlie ❤️.”

TOWIE’s Georgia Kousoulou added, “Omg I LOVE IT 😍😍😍😍😍,” while Jake Quickenden commented, “Awww lovely mate! Looks nice hope you have a wonderful wedding x.”

Another fan remarked, “I absolutely love that colour, it suits you wayyyyy better 😍,” with one more saying, “I love it so much 😍 you are going to look amazing 👰✨❤️☀️.”

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Stacey and Joe tied the knot in an intimate Jewish ceremony at their home on Sunday (24 July), with guests including Linda Robson and a performance by James ‘Arg’ Argent, however the Sort Your Life Out presenter later revealed it wasn’t legally binding.

In a post on her Instagram Stories, she told her followers, “To get married anywhere legally, the place has to have a ‘civil ceremony’ licence. One of the requirements for this licence is that the premises must be made ‘readily available’ for ceremonies…

“As this is our private family home and we need it to remain that way we couldn’t go for the option 😂 So we are having a relaxed private blessing in front of our closest friends & family and a ceremony of our love to each other and we will register for marriage legally after…”

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