Huge BBC reality show to get third series – and Stacey Solomon will be delighted | The Sun

STACEY Solomon is returning to TV screens with a brand new series of Sort Your Life Out.

The popular BBC show put out a call to arms on its Instagram channel asking for applicants for its third series.

A post shared by Sort Your Life Out (@sortyourlifeout)

It read: "SORT YOUR LIFE OUT is looking for families to take part in a brand-new series!

"If your home is in desperate need of a declutter, or you need help streamlining your space with savvy storage solutions, then apply now via the link in our bio. Tag anyone you know that needs Stacey’s help!"

During each episode, Stacey and her team of experts invite the contributors along to the show’s huge warehouse where they sift through boxes of their stuff and decide what to do with it.

The overall aim is to reduce the clutter in family homes making them nicer, more comfortable places to live.


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Mum-of-five Stacey Solomon left sweating sorting life admin for baby Belle

Meanwhile, yesterday Stacey was left "full on sweating" as she attempted to get a picture of newborn daughter Belle for her passport.

The presenter took to her Instagram Stories to share a look at how the snaps of her baby girl had turned out so far.

One showed Belle with her head to one side, while in the other she was crying, with her mouth wide open.

"Send help," Stacey said in the video.

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"I’m trying to get Belle’s passport photo and it’s not going well."

She wrote over the top: "I am actually full on sweating in this booth.


"And we have her passport appointment tomorrow. Send help."

In the next frame, Stacey revealed she'd turned to her dad for help.

Sharing a snap of her father looking adoringly down at his granddaughter with a camera in his hand, she wrote: "Thank goodness for Dave.

"I rang my dad in the end.

"I didn’t want to take it at home because I thought it would be easier to do in the post office where they can check it.

"I was wrong."

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According to HM Passport Office, "babies under one don’t need to have their eyes open" for their passport photos.

"If the baby’s head needs to be supported, the supporting hand must not be seen," they added.

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