Stacey Solomon recalled feeling 'ashamed' when she became pregnant at 17-years-old with her first child, Zachary.
The Loose Women panellist, 31, declared her love for her three children on the ITV programme on Monday, but admitted she 'doesn't love being pregnant'.
She remembered the judgmental looks she would receive from others as an expecting teenager, and realised the experience could be a form of trauma she hasn't addressed.
'It feels like something has taken over my body': Stacey Solomon recalled feeling 'ashamed' when she became pregnant at 17-years-old with her first child, ZacharyInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Stacey said: 'I adore my children, I loved giving birth and having babies, I would love to do it again.
'I don’t love being pregnant and I really hate saying that, it's not because I'm ungrateful. I think about all those people who would give anything to be pregnant.
'It feels like something has taken over my body, I don’t have control any more and everyone is looking at me. The teenage mum looks were like...' Stacey said as she gave a concerned expression.
She added: 'I just remember feeling so ashamed, I know that sounds awful but when I was pregnant with Zach, all I felt the whole way through was shame. I looked like a baby as well, I looked about six!
Honest: The Loose Women panellist, 31, declared her love for her three children on Monday, but admitted she 'doesn't love being pregnant'
'I think people just looked and were like, "ugh why is she pregnant?" Maybe it's a bit of a trauma I just haven't addressed.'
In a 2019 episode of Loose Women, the mother-of-three revealed her parents were 'disappointed' when they discovered she was expecting
She said at the time: 'I remember being in a cafe and sitting with my dad and my step-mum and I was literally gagging. I didn't think anything of it, I just thought someone must have had extra strong onions somewhere.
'When we got home that night my step-mum took me upstairs and handed me a pregnancy test. The thought that my parents knew I'd had sex made me die!'Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Raised eyebrows: She remembered the judgmental looks she would receive from others at the time, and realised the experience could be a form of trauma she hasn't addressed
She confessed that she visited an abortion clinic after she conceived her first child, but clarified her parents never pressured her to make a decision.
Stacey reflected: 'I always remember my parents wouldn't give me any input whatsoever.
'Even though they were really upset with me, and hurt and disappointed, they never told me whether I should go ahead and have the baby or not have the baby.
'Which at the time was absolute turmoil because all I wanted was for my mum and dad to tell me what to do.'
She concluded: 'I just felt like I couldn't make such a big