Stacey Solomon has hit back at a troll who criticised her and Joe Swash's love life with a hilarious come back.
The Loose Women panellist slammed "Terry the troll" after she shared an update on the renovation of her new bathroom.
The follower said that Stacey "had problems" because of how she decided to spend her day without the children.
In an Instagram story she and Joe, 40, were cuddled up on the sofa and Stacey told followers: "Rex has just abandoned us and gone to my sister's because he wants to play with his cousins, so it's just me, Joe and Rose - and Rose is about to have a nap I think."
With one thing on the brain, Joe cheekily said: "You thinking what I'm thinking?"
But Stacey threw cold water over those plans and said: "Yeah I'm thinking we should clean the house while there is no one there to ruin it."
A disappointed Joe looked at the camera: "That's not what I was thinking," he grumbled.
The mum-of-five sniggered: "You are not doing what you were thinking."
Stacey took herself off to her "mermaid bathroom" after revealing that Joe didn't like the cleaning suggestion and had opted for a nap instead.
After filming the stunning bathroom, Stacey shared her new toilet with fans - which is beige to match the rest of the room.
But one fan slid into her DMs with the message: "You would rather go and see your beige toilet than have alone time with husband... you got probs Stace".
In a hilarious come back, Stacey videoed her new throne and said: "I'm not being funny Terry, but can you blame me?
"I mean look at it! Feel free to come over and have as much alone time with Joe as you like, I'll be right here," she laughed.
She added the caption: "Terry the troll is not happy I've left Joe to watch sword programmes while I sit and stare at the toilet".
Stacey recently shared an emotional update following the death of her beloved chihuahua Theo.
She shared three sweet candles which look like her three pooches.
“Our friends got us Theo, Teddy and Peanut as candles.
“It’s made me so emotional. Silly I know, but just looking at them all together”, alongside a broken-hearted emoji.
She added that she “wished Theo could have met Teddy” because “she would have loved him so much”.
The family were devastated after the tiny dog passed away on Boxing Day aged 11.