The 29 year hilariously joked that Loose Women, which she appears on as a panellist, will be the cause of the end of her and Joe’s relationship as he prepares to jet off once again to film the trailer for their latest competition.
She filmed Joe as he prepared to fly to the Maldives for a work trip and shared the clip to her two million Instagram followers.
When asked by The X Factor finalist Stacey where he was going, her former EastEnders star partner said: “The Maldives. It’s for work I swear!”
Stacey replied: “I am sad you are going but what I am more sad about is the way you pack your suitcase.”
She wrote over the video: “He’s only going away again!!! What’s going on @itv @loosewomen are you trying to split us up?
“Where are you @andipeters I thought you lived on a tropical island especially for competitions? [sic]”
In June, Joe revealed he was “gutted” he had missed his and Stacey’s four month old son Rex’s first smile while working away in Rome.
Sharing an image of the newborn with his 994,000 followers, the doting dad — who was working away with Alison Hammond at the time — wrote: “How is my luck. I Had 2 go away for work and Rex has his first smile gutted [sic].”
Joe has also visited Tenerife since Rex’s birth when he took a work trip with Jack Fincham.
Stacey, who is also mum to Zachary, 11, and seven year old Leighton, recently opened up on how she “struggled” with motherhood after giving birth to Rex in May.
In an adorable Instagram post about her new-found friendship with cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch, Stacey opened up about her finding common ground with the Instagram star – as the pair gave birth to their sons one month apart.
Stacey reposted a photo of her with Mrs Hinch, real name Sophie Hinchcliffe, and their babies which was originally shared by Sophie who thanked Stacey for her support and explained how much her friendship had helped her.
The Loose Women star replied to Mrs Hinch’s sweet message in a lengthy comment on her own post and spoke candidly her struggle.
Explaining the help she’s received from Mrs Hinch’s friendship, Stacey wrote: “Firstly, food, cuddles and a cuppa is my answer to almost everything.
“Secondly, @mrshinch you have no idea how much your friendship has helped me too. No matter what they say first time mum or tenth time mum we all need support and someone to talk to.”
Stacey later explained: “When I messaged you it was because I was thinking ‘wow I’m really struggling this time around! What is wrong with me?’
“And for some reason I saw you’d had your bubba and I wondered how you were doing, if you were ok and how you were adjusting to life.”
She added: “I’m SOOOOOO glad I asked because realising that somebody else was going through, feeling, and experiencing the same things as me was like therapy.
“Support after having a baby is invaluable and makes a huge difference! We’ve only been friends a few months (a very intense few months) but it feels like a lifetime!”
Continuing her gushing message, mum of three Stacey added: “You are a beautiful person and an INCREDIBLE SUPER MAMMA! NEVER forget it! Here’s to raising our boys and having each others backs.”
She then sent a word of advice to her followers and said: “P.S if anyone out there is struggling or thinks someone else may be struggling please reach out.
“If you feel you have no one to talk to there are amazing organisations and charities out there. Here are a couple @mindcharity @PANDAS.”
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