Stacey Solomon wants to marry Joe Swash in the grounds of Pickle Cottage
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Stacey Solomon has confirmed where she would like to marry her partner Joe Swash for the first time.
The X Factor hopeful turned Loose Women regular told Cat Deeley on Monday's edition of Lorraine that they now hope to say "I do' in the sprawling garden of their new home.
Dubbed Pickle Cottage, the sprawling home features a giant garden complete with outdoor pool and stunning romantic wooden arched walkways.
The home is set against stunning a countryside backdrop.
Chatting to Cat, Stacey, 31, said: "Oh God we have a venue. We didn't know we were going to move here but now we are here we would like to get married here in the garden.
"We are trying to see if we can do that. We don't know if we can get a license and stuff."
She added: "So many things have now come at once but I feel so lucky and grateful.
"We have had one of those years where we just gone for it."
Earlier this month Stacey took to Instagram to tell fans she and Joe plan to marry in July this year.
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The star uploaded a screenshot to her Instagram story confirming a date had been set for the summer.
She captioned her upload: "Just got this email though and I'm having a little cry.
"Joe defo has 'watery eyes' as well, it actually feels real now.
"I can't believe in a few months I'll be a Mrs. With all of my boys by my side."
Teasing more details about the big day, Stacey told Hello magazine: "We've got four boys and they will all just be our page boys.
"We didn't want to make one the best man or give one a special role. But I would like them all to walk me down the aisle with my dad.
"Our dogs Theo and Peanut will of course also be involved! They're getting suits made and they'll have bow ties. I made a wedding planning book and a whole double page is dedicated to the dogs."
- Stacey Solomon
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