Stacey Solomon gushed her partner Joe Swash loves her bush.
With every confidence in her looks, the TV presenter blasted body shamers as she insisted she was not ashamed of her body hair.
The Loose Women star turned the question on its head when she asked why people were offended by a bush.
“In the ’70s it was all about the bush. Luckily, Joe loves the bush, so that’s OK!” laughed Stacey.
“I’m not ashamed of my body hair. People being disgusted by it is ridiculous because it’s obviously meant to be there!
“When did people start getting offended by it?” she asked during an interview with The Sun’s Fabulous magazine.
Stacey, 30, also said that she and partner of five years Joe, 38, are completely open with each other – to the extent that she happily uses the loo in front of her boyfriend
“I know it sounds silly and a lot of people would say it’s not healthy, but I could sit and do a poo in front of Joe and it wouldn’t bother him.
“And I can also be sexy for him as well…if I really have to be!”
The ITV daytime star said it’s not all fun and games however as she and Joe have had “the worst arguments in lockdown”.
Stacey said she can get under “moody” Joe’s skin leading to spats.
However, the former I’m A Celeb champ said she and Joe still “adore” each other and are not ruling out marriage and more children in the future.
Stacey took a social media break on Friday as she admitted she was suffering a “confidence crisis”.
She said she was putting her phone down for the whole day because she felt “embarrassed” of herself.
Taking to her Instagram stories, Stacey revealed she had been flicking through pictures of her son Rex, one, and shared an adorable one of him giving a huge smile to the camera.
She captioned the snap: “Going to put my phone away today because… I’m 99.9% sure it’s hormonal but I’m having one of those days where I feel embarrassed.
“Do you ever just feel embarrassed of yourself? Or like everything you say/think is annoying?
“Where you just feel like everyone hates you and you’re getting on their nerves? Then the voice in your head is like ‘oh my g-d you’re so cringe.’ Well I’m having one of those days.
“I know I’m so lucky. And my ridiculous meaningless confidence crisis is NOTHING on the scale of what people are going through right now. So please ignore me.
“I just thought I’d be honest and share the rubbish along with all the good otherwise what’s the point in it all?
“Hope you have a lovely day. Love you all.”