Stacey Solomon has announced that a family trip to Butlins for her son’s birthday has been “canceled” because of the coronavirus outbreak.
The mother of three is currently resting at home due to the increasing spread of the COVID-19 virus and admitted that her planned trip is unlikely to take place on Saturday.
On her Instagram 30-year-old Stacey admitted that she was nervous and didn’t take long to find a Plan B for Zachary’s upcoming birthday.
In addition to a smiley photo of himself, the star of the Loose Women wrote: “The work was canceled today [laughing emoji] I smile in this picture, but I’m really nervous … I’ll take the boys to school and spend the day doing things.
“So I’m going to deviate from my stories. I have to fix things for Zachy’s birthday on Saturday (we had booked to go to Butlins [laughing emoji] will not happen) so have to think quickly! “
Stacey checked in her fans and concluded: “I hope you are well today. Take care. See you soon [heart emoji] Love you all”.
Butlins’ official Twitter The account sent a short message to customers yesterday, and it appears that nothing has been confirmed yet.
The message read: “Coronavirus Update – March 16. At Butlin’s, the health and safety of our guests and our team comes first.
“We understand that you may feel insecure about the rapidly changing situation with coronavirus.
“We are observing and following the latest government advice and are working hard to find out what it means for your vacation. We will get in touch with an update as soon as possible.
“Our phone lines and social channels are very full and we appreciate your patience as we work on all of them. If your break is affected, we will contact you. Thank you again for your patience during this time. “
Butlins has been asked to comment by Mirror Online.
Stacey later shared a cute video of her son Baby Rex giggling in her company. She wrote: “For everyone who needs to hear this sound today … shopping was absolutely crazy. I think of everyone who needs the bare minimum, but people are clearing the bloody shelves. “
As a sweet gesture to make her fans smile, the star set up a vase of daffodils and admitted that they were “#lockdownessentials” even though she couldn’t get her hands on pasta or rice.
Yesterday the destroyed star shared her support with her three million fans as she discussed the ongoing crisis.
When she talked about her story, she said, “I hope you are not too worried and worried about everything because it is scary.
“But we can only be there for each other and take care of each other and try to make each other smile when we can. I really hope you are well. “
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