STACEY Solomon worried that she is “losing her mind” as she got “genuinely emotional” about staying out past 7.45pm.

The 30-year-old star hit the town with her Loose Women pals this evening after appearing on Strictly Come Dancing’s sister programme It Takes Two.

Stacey admitted that she ‘can’t function’

Filming from the back of her car after the live show, Stacey looked exasperated as she explained: “I just recorded two videos without sound!

“That was really fun, I can’t function any more for some reason, I’ve got nothing left.”

She added: “But I am going to go and meet the loose ladies because it’s Brenda’s celebration meal for joining the team at Loose Women.

“So I can do this, I can stay out past 7.45, come on Stacey!”

She was ’emotional’ about staying out past 7.45pm

Stacey captioned the clips: “I’m losing my mind, I just can’t function anymore, whyyyy?

“I am going to do this! Off to see the loose ladies to celebrate Brenda joining the team.

“I’m being deadly serious when I say I’m genuinely emotional to be out and awake still at 7.45, what is wrong with me?”

Stacey has been incredibly honest with fans about her exhaustion after welcoming baby Rex with boyfriend Joe Swash back in May.

The star and her family have been battling jetlag after a Maldives holiday

The TV favourite has opened up on social media about everything from sleepless nights to breastfeeding to body hair as she adapted to being a mother of three.

Her energy levels are no doubt even lower than usual this week after she and her family spent a week in the Maldives to enjoy a luxury half-term break.

The jet lag following the long-distance trip wiped out Stacey, Joe, and the children – with Stacey even struggling to keep her sons awake for a fireworks display earlier this week.

Yesterday, Stacey had to hit back at mummy-shamers for giving baby Rex solid food
Instagram/Stacey Solomon

Meanwhile, Stacey was forced to hit back after mum-shamers accused her of giving five-month-old Rex solid food too early.

She had drafted in a nutrition expert to document the little one’s weaning process online, sharing videos of the little boy enjoying a pot of mashed broccoli.

Stacey and expert Charlotte Stirling-Reed told critics that Rex was ready to move on to food even though he is not quite six months old, clarifying that “around six months” is a guideline when it comes to weaning babies.