Stacey Solomon confesses she had ‘black and yellow teeth’ under white veneers
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Stacey Solomon has opened up about how she felt incredibly self-conscious with the "black and yellow" teeth under her white veneers.
The 31-year-old spoke frankly about her teeth today on Loose Women as the panel spoke about whether they would dare do DIY dentistry.
Joking that her teeth were clearly not her own, Stacey went on to open up about how she had hated her teeth and that they had made her feel sick.
And while she felt much more comfortable with her veneers, Stacey said that she still really liked natural teeth as she felt they brought character to someone's features.
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She said: "It's my biggest fear, my teeth falling out, because it may come as a shock to you, but these are not real!"
Probed by Janet Street-Porter about what are under her teeth, Stacey continued: "Nothing! When I got pregnant with [son] Leyton, the front ones went all black and yellow-y weird colour and I lost a lot of the back ones so I got plates over the top.
"Then they felt really bulbousy and I was so sensitive to the point where I couldn't even breathe in without thinking, 'Ugh! It really hurts!'
Stacey said that she used to feel very self-conscious about her teeth
"So then I got them done again after that because they made me so unhappy and I finally feel a bit normal with them now, even though they're obviously not normal now because they're not real.
"But I think teeth is such a personal thing and any time that someone talks about their teeth or hurting their teeth or pulling one out it honestly makes my whole mouth shudder!"
She added: "I love natural teeth, I think there's nothing that gives so much character to someone's face."
She said that her veneers now made her much more confident
Stacey said the thought of taking them out made her shudder
Earlier on in the show, host Ruth Langsford was forced to apologise as the show went off-air due to technical difficulties.
In the middle of an interview with former Strictly star Kristina Rhianoff and partner Ben Cohen, Ruth interjected to say: "Can I just say – Brenda wants to come in with a question – can I just say before she does that, apparently we've been dropping in and out and off air, I'm being told.
This comes after a heartbreaking weekend for Ruth after it was revealed that she and husband Eamonn Holmes would be axed from Friday's This Morning line-up.
Instead, Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary will be taking over at the end of the week.
Ruth and Eamonn will still be covering for Holly and Phil during the holidays, but are said to be saddened by ITV's decision.
*Loose Women airs weekdays at 12.30pm on ITV