She headed to Devon for a weekend getaway with the family.
But Stacey Solomon was worried her British stay would end abruptly as she joked that she could be arrested for ‘stealing’ pebbles from the beach on Sunday.
The Loose Women host, 30, went in search of fossils with her son Rex, one, and partner Joe Swash, 38, and laughed at accusations from her Instagram followers who said she would be locked up for taking stones home.
Pebble Police: Concerned fans told Stacey on Sunday she could be arrested for bringing home fossils she collected on the beach during her weekend in Devon
She spent a day on the Devonshire coast looking for rocks in an elegant coral pink jumpsuit and a wide-brimmed hat she bought from a charity shop.
Stacey looked effortlessly chic as she enjoyed making memories on the beach with her family.
Part of the day’s activities including hunting for fossils among pools of water and algae debris on the beach.
Making memories: The Loose Women host, 30, enjoyed the family bonding experience with his son, Rex, one, and partner Joe Swash, 38, as they searched for fossil rocks
The TV presenter posted a hilarious ‘transport of fossils’ on her social media where she showcased her prized possessions and laughed at her newfound love for rocks.
Stacey was proud that she managed to find some unique pebbles, but some of her social media followers decided to rain on her show.
They informed her that taking fossils from the beach was considered a crime and that she could be in trouble.
Apologies: Stacey joked, “We’re going to have to take them back, we have to do this, it’s illegal, I’m not stopped by the Pebble Police, not on vacation, I have work tomorrow.”
Stacey laughed at the review and said, “A few of you are texting me, ‘Be careful Stace, you can be arrested for removing rocks from the beach. “
“Well, it’s a shame, I just spent two hours collecting them!
She continued to laugh at the comments and sarcastically told Joe that they will have to take them back: “We’re going to have to take them back, we have to it’s illegal, I’m not being stopped by the Pebble Police, not on my vacation, I have work tomorrow.
Following the pebble theft accusations, Stacey clarified with the local Heritage Coast Center who confirmed that it was perfectly okay to bring rocks home.
Confirmed: The TV presenter clarified with the local Heritage Coast Center that it’s perfectly okay to bring home a few fossils from her trip to the beach
The Loose Women host continued to share a collection of adorable photos from her weekend of her son Rex playing on the beach.
According to Stacey, her little one was obsessed with the sea, and her family had a wonderful weekend at the luxurious Sidmouth Harbor Hotel & Spa overlooking the beach.
They enjoyed an afternoon drinking tea and eating scones and taking in the stunning views from their hotel before heading back to Essex on Sunday evening.
New appeal: Stacey showed off her new collection of pebbles during a ‘fossil fuel’ which she posted on Instagram and she joked about her newfound love for rocks.