Can you think of a name for Stacey Solomon's daughter?

Stacey Solomon is yet to find a name for her newborn daughter and she needs your help.

The star welcomed a baby girl with fiance Joe Swash on Monday and has been keeping fans updated over the past couple days with how she’s been going.

However, with fans still not knowing what the newborn is called, Stacey has revealed a key element – she’s yet to name the little one.

Digging out the name books alongside Joe today, the Loose Women panelist is even open to suggestions from her millions of followers.

Sharing a sweet photo of her daughter’s tiny toes, Stacey wrote today on her Instagram: ‘So Joe and me are going to spend the day getting the baby name books out and hopefully find out what her name is.

‘Any ideas welcome.

‘I love hearing ideas for names. My mind is completely blank.’

It’s a brave act to open the floodgates for fans to chime in with suggestions, but we salute Stacey on her quest.

The host announced on Tuesday that she and her fiance Joe Swash welcomed their little girl at home in Essex on her birthday (October 4).

And not glossing over the less glamorous sides of motherhood, Stacey recently revealed the sore state of her nipples in a candid Instagram update.

Writing they were ‘already a mess’, the former X Factor star said: ‘She’s just had a feed, my nipples are like just one blister, but I’ve still got loads of serotonin left from the birth so I’m making the most. I love her so much.

‘She’s amazing. The boys are amazing…I’m so happy.’

Stacey has been dating Joe, who is best known for playing Mickey Miller in EastEnders, since 2015.

The pair got engaged last Christmas at Pickle Cottage, but delayed their wedding after she announced her pregnancy in June.

The couple also shares a son Rex, while Stacey has Leighton and Zach from previous relationships and Joe has another son.

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