Stacey Solomon will never have cosmetic surgery because she is "scared" of dying while she is under the knife.

Stacey Solomon

Stacey Solomon

The 29-year-old singer doesn't see the point of having an op if she doesn't require one for medical reasons, and after being recommended Botox and other procedures before, the 'Loose Women' panellist believes the cosmetic surgery industry is too "pushy" nowadays.

She said: "Personally, I'm scared of death, so any scenario where I have to be put under, or have an operation that I don't need, I would hate.

"It would be nice if the cosmetic surgery industry wasn't so pushy.

"I've been told I need certain things, and that I should get Botox before I get too wrinkly. I think that's dangerous. It's making people feel so low about themselves that they feel they have to have it done, rather than it being a choice they've made on their own."

The former 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here' winner has been outspoken about suffering from anxiety in the past, and says she has learned to champion her worries by accepting it is a part of her.

She said: "There have been periods when I've been like, 'Oh my gosh, I can't get rid of it,' and it keeps coming back. At the moment, it's really good.

"I still get those random days, but getting to the point where I've stopped fighting against it has made a big difference.

"I spent years thinking, 'I've got to get rid of this. What's wrong with me?' And then my doctor said, 'Why are you trying to get rid of something that's a part of you?' Not only do I have to accept my exterior, I have to accept my interior."

Stacey - who has children Zachary, 10, and six-year-old Leighton, from previous relationships - has been dating former 'EastEnders' actor Joe Swash since 2016, and while she is keen to marry him one day, she would like more kids first.

She added to new! magazine: "I always want the day, but I don't know. Joe and I have both spoken about it and neither of us are headstrong about having that marriage contract ... And when we've got through life and fed our children and they're independent, that's when I would think, 'Should we get married?"