Stacey Solomon laughs as she admits declining parenting standards when compared to Mrs Hinch after playdate

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Stacey Solomon laughed off an online comment which compared her parenting style to her friend, Mrs Hinch.

The Loose Women panellist documented her fun-filled reunion with online cleaning sensation Sophie Hinchliffe at Pickle Cottage with a slew of snaps shared to her Instagram.

However, one follower couldn't help but call out the difference in attire between Stacey's one-year-old son Rex and Sophie's son Ronnie, who is also the same age.

Noting that Rex wasn't wearing shoes or a coat while Ronnie was wrapped up snugly, the comment read: "I mean this in a nice way, but first child wrapped up in a winter coat and third child no coat or shoes.

"True reflection on parenting."

Luckily, former X-Factor star Stacey didn't take the comment as an insult and laughed it off.

She replied: "True story. I remember when Zachy was little, and I was really good.

"Not a day went by where I didn't go out without a coat, shoes, a snack if he needed it – anything. Then you know what it's like…

"The next one and you're like: 'Ugh, I'm not arguing with you if you don't want to wear a coat, go out and freeze if you want to'.

Stacey continued: "Then the third one, you're lucky if you get them dressed let alone shoes and a coat!"

The TV personality went on to share a number of pictures of the youngsters having a great time while in each other's company.

The mum-of-three added the caption: "And all that really matters is they're happy."

Earlier in the day, Stacey documented her garden party with pregnant Sophie, who was joined by her husband Jamie.

Stacey had decked her gorgeous table with a lemon and floral theme in a nod to her latest clothing range with In The Style which launched on Thursday.

The lemon cheesecake, decked with citrus segments, took pride of place on the table alongside three bunches of daffodils and white flowers in sweet vases.

Stacey also added a glass water dispenser filled with lemons to keep her guests hydrated.

The table's focal point was a huge metallic candle holder to create a warm glow for her special evening.

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