Stacey Solomon is worried her vagina is 'too big'
- Bang Showbiz
- 5 October 2017
Stacey Solomon has revealed she is worried her vagina is "too big" after giving birth to two children
Stacey Solomon thinks she has a "big" vagina.
The 28-year-old presenter - who is currently dating Joe Swash - is concerned that her lady bits may be a bit too loose following the birth of her sons Zachary, nine, and Leighton, five, whom she has from two previous relationships, and has admitted she does worry about it when she starts a physical romance with someone new.
Speaking on 'Loose Women' on Thursday (05.10.17), she said: "Now especially, if you have children and meet someone else I feel like 'oh is it big now? Is it massive? Can anyone get anything from this?' I do feel really conscious about this."
The former 'X Factor' contestant was joined on the panel show by Andrea McLean, Jane Moore and Nadia Sawalha, who also admitted to "sobbing" her eyes out because her vagina was "so deformed" after giving birth to her daughters.
Nadia, 52, said: "I certainly remember that after having my baby, sitting there with my legs open with a mirror and sobbing my eyes out because it was so deformed.
"And that's a kind of dysmorphia isn't it? This warped idea."
Nadia also went on to say that when she was growing up, girls were only concerned about their boobs but due to the accessibility of pornography nowadays, the younger generations are becoming more worried about their vaginas fitting the norm.
She said: "I think when we were growing up we only really worried about our boobs because that is what we saw.
"But now in the age of pornography... I warn my daughters that every boy will have seen a vast amount of pornography. I worry about the younger generation."
The TV panellist then brought up the topic of pubic hair and how a lot of young girls are concerned about shaving their bits because they think it's cleaner.
She said: "Young girls are saying 'oh my God, you have hair. That's not clean'.
"Everybody can see what everyone else looks likes now. There are thousands of different kinds of vaginas."