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Stacey Solomon issues 'last' message as co-star admits tears and asks fans for help

Stacey Solomon appeared to be emotional as she shared a 'last' message with her followers. The TV star was talking about her hit BBC show Sort Your Life Out as the final episode aired on Tuesday night (April 2).

The popular show returned to BBC One on last month and once again saw Stacey, 34, and her team - Dilly Carter, Iwan Carrington and Rob Bent - help new families complete a life-changing declutter of their homes.

During the last episode of the series, the Sort Your Life Out team helped Martin and Shirley declutter their family home after their two adoptive daughters had moved out as they revealed their plans to open up their home to a foster child when they retire. Shirley movingly explained that she found it difficult to throw her two daughters' things away because there was a time she thought they'd never have children.

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Shirley movingly explained that she found it difficult to throw her two daughters' things away because there was a time she thought they'd never have children. The couple revealed that after marrying 44 years ago they thought they would have children right away but realised 'things weren't happening.'

Shirley admitted: "I don't know to this day how we got through that time." They explained that the adoption process took eight years, before they were able to welcome first Sarah and then Katherine into their home. Shirley explained that because it had taken so long to have their family she has been reluctant to part with any of their belongings and memories, explaining how she felt 'so lucky' to have her two children.

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