‘Let the adventures begin!’: Stacey Solomon shares a glimpse of her perfectly organised kitchen sink complete with lavish gold scourers

She is known to take pride in organising her home as she gives her followers an insight into ‘pickle cottage.’   

And Stacey Solomon took to Instagram to share her excitement as she ticked ‘sorting out the kitchen sink’ off her to do list on Thursday, after recovering from mastitis – a painful inflammation of the breast tissue.

The Loose Woman panelist, 32, documented her ‘adventure’ as she neatly hung up her cloths and arranged her lavish gold scourers in her perfectly coordinated room.

‘Let the adventures begin!’: Stacey Solomon, 32, shared a glimpse of her perfectly organised kitchen sink complete with lavish gold scourers on Thursday

Filming from underneath her sink Stacey explained: ‘Finally organising the sink and I’ve never been more excited!

‘I’ve just put some magnetic sticky strips under there so I can hang up my cloths, let the adventures begin!’ 

Stacey swiftly attached a gold rail at the top of the cupboard as she hung up her cleaning cloths on small matching clips. 

Tap to tidy! Filming from underneath her sink Stacey explained: 'Finally organising the sink and I've never been more excited!'

Tap to tidy! Filming from underneath her sink Stacey explained: ‘Finally organising the sink and I’ve never been more excited!’

The Loose Woman panelist documented her 'adventure' as she neatly hung up her cloths and arranged her lavish gold scourers in her perfectly coordinated room.

The Loose Woman panelist documented her ‘adventure’ as she neatly hung up her cloths and arranged her lavish gold scourers in her perfectly coordinated room.

The television personality decanted her products into clear containers before securing stylish labels to the bottles. 

She then stacked her dishwasher tablets in an immaculate manner before making a start on her aesthetically pleasing wire scourers. 

It comes as Stacey detailed her ‘awful’ agony after suffering from mastitis, which led to her rushing to the doctors.

Stunning: The television personality decanted her products into clear containers before securing stylish labels to the bottles

Stunning: The television personality decanted her products into clear containers before securing stylish labels to the bottles

Organised: Stacey swiftly attached a gold rail at the top of the cupboard as she hung up her cleaning cloths on small matching clips

Organised: Stacey swiftly attached a gold rail at the top of the cupboard as she hung up her cleaning cloths on small matching clips

Tap to tidy! Filming from underneath her sink Stacey explained: 'Finally organising the sink and I've never been more excited!'

Tap to tidy! Filming from underneath her sink Stacey explained: ‘Finally organising the sink and I’ve never been more excited!’

The Loose Women star said that her breasts felt like they were ‘on fire’, because she was in so much pain due to the condition.  

Sharing an adorable photo of her youngest son, Rex, two, swinging in the garden she explained the reason behind her Instagram break.   

Stacey detailed: ‘Good morning everyone. Sorry I’ve been so quiet. 

‘I got mastitis and felt like my boobs were on fire. It was awful. But after a few days of antibiotics I honestly feel like a new person.’

Resting up! It comes as Stacey detailed her 'awful' agony after suffering from mastitis, which led to her rushing to the doctors

Resting up! It comes as Stacey detailed her ‘awful’ agony after suffering from mastitis, which led to her rushing to the doctors

She finished: ‘Happy Thursday everyone. What a beautiful warm morning. Hope you’re ok.’ 

Mastitis is an infection in the breast that caused it to become swollen and painful, often caused by clogged milk ducts.

It is most common in breastfeeding women, but it can also happen to women not breastfeeding and men. 

What causes mastitis and clogged milk ducts? 

  • Mastitis is an infection of the breast tissue that is often caused by clogged milk ducts 
  • It most commonly affects women who are breastfeeding, but it can also occur in women who aren’t breastfeeding and in men
  • Symptoms of mastitis include breast pain, swelling, warmth and redness, and fever and chills 
  • It is normally caused by bacteria from the skin’s surface or from a baby’s mouth entering the milk ducts through a crack in the skin of the nipple
  • Stagnant milk in a breast that isn’t emptied provides a breeding ground for the bacteria, which is why it often develops when a woman has clogged milk ducts
  • Milk ducts often get clogged due to poor drainage. You might experience one if your breast isn’t completely emptied after a feed, if your baby skips a feed, or if you’re under stress 
  • Sources: MayoClinic and Healthline 

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