Stacey Solomon announces major career move – saying 'I'm starting a whole new chapter in my life' | The Sun

STACEY Solomon says she's "starting a whole new chapter" after making a major career move.

The 33-year-old has invested in a small business to become one third owner of REHAB.

The all-woman founded haircare brand got Stacey's attention years ago – but now she's taken the surprise decision to become part of the team.

The TV presenter told fans: "A huge moment In my life.

"So… I have decided for the first time in my entire career to invest my own money into a small business and become a third of Rehab – It doesn’t feel real.

"Growing up investing in a small business is never something in my life I thought I’d have the chance to be able to do! I feel like I’m writing this about someone else.


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"A long while ago now I used a small business’ haircare product, I just loved everything about it.

"I then brought more from the business and realised just how clever and incredible this business was.

"When I shared them on my instagram the women who started the business got in touch and told me what an impact it made on them, and how they have been working so hard to get their products out there but it’s so hard as a small business to be seen and when they are seen it’s difficult to fulfil orders etc.

"I started chatting to them, then met up with them and fell in love. I fell in love with their haircare collection, work ethic, company values & morals & their ideas for the future.

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"There’s obviously only so far you can go without the right support financially and audience reach so although it felt scary for me as it’s something I’ve never done before and knew little about.

"I decided to ask them if I could invest in Rehab and become a part of the brand myself to see if I can build and grow Rehab with them because I just believe in it so much."

Stacey added: "I can’t put into words how incredible it feels to say that I am going to start a whole new chapter in my life championing incredible women in business.

"I see so many talented people day in day out working so hard to achieve their dreams and it’s not easy out there.

"I can’t wait to give my absolute all to Rehab and take it to the places it deserves to be."

Mum-of-five Stacey presents BBC's Sort Your Life Out as well as being a panellist on Loose Women.

REHAB was founded by two female best friends who say they were "trying to keep up with multiple jobs, children, and their London based social lives".

Describing themselves on REHAB's website, they said: "Busy women with a single mission – transform tired hair to its full healthy, glossy potential."

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