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Stacey Solomon reveals her brother-in-law once mistook her for her lookalike sister

Stacey Solomon has revealed that her brother-in-law once mistook her for her lookalike sister Jemma.

Jemma Solomon, 32, joined Stacey, 31, on Loose Women on Friday and explained how she duped her now husband when they first started dating.

The pair have often confused people with how similar they sound and look, so Jemma used their likeness test her future partner. 

Funny: Stacey Solomon has revealed that her brother-in-law once mistook her for her lookalike sister Jemma

She met her husband Lee, who she now shares three children with, on a night out and was convinced that he would have no idea who she was afterwards. 

She said: ‘When I met my now husband, we met in a nightclub and I said, ‘You’re never going to remember who I am, what I look like.’ 

‘He said, ‘I will.’ He turned up at my house, so I said to Stacey, ‘Can you go and get in the car with him please because he thinks he knows what I look like?’ She got in the car and he drove off with her!’

Stacey added: ‘I had to say [to him], ‘Sorry, I’m not Jemma, can you drive me back home please?’    

Tricks: Jemma Solomon, 32, joined Stacey, 31, on Loose Women on Friday revealed how she duped her now husband when they first started dating

Tricks: Jemma Solomon, 32, joined Stacey, 31, on Loose Women on Friday revealed how she duped her now husband when they first started dating

The same! The pair have often confused people with how similar they sound and look, so Jemma (pictured) used their likeness test her future partner

The same! The pair have often confused people with how similar they sound and look, so Jemma (pictured) used their likeness test her future partner

The pair also spoke about their rows growing up, with Jemma saying: ‘We used to argue, we were typical teenagers, [Dad] ended up building a wall in our bedroom to give us our own space.’

Poking fun at Tap to Tidy Queen Stacey, Jemma also joked: ‘She thinks she’s the tidiest sister, for sure.’

Jemma is a part-time pediatric nurse and she also started her own label business during lockdown. 

Tension: The pair also spoke about their rows growing up, with Jemma saying: 'We used to argue, we were typical teenagers'

Tension: The pair also spoke about their rows growing up, with Jemma saying: ‘We used to argue, we were typical teenagers’

Siblings: Jemma is a part-time pediatric nurse and she also started her own label business during lockdown (pictured together in 2010)

Siblings: Jemma is a part-time pediatric nurse and she also started her own label business during lockdown (pictured together in 2010)

Talking about launching her business, Jemma said: ‘I’ve been labelling for quite a few years, we’ve had a label maker since 2016. 

‘I was forever labelling around the home and I had a balloon business, where I labelled them, and kids’ water bottles. 

‘It grew and grew… so I decided, ‘Let’s give this a go, it’s fun, exciting and really useful.’ And it’s the best decision I’ve ever made.’

Cute: The pair are still close and are pictured here together at a party in 2015

Cute: The pair are still close and are pictured here together at a party in 2015

On getting an investment from Lord Sugar, Jemma said: ‘Once I sent the email, I was thinking, ‘Is he ever going to reply? What’s going to happen?’ We didn’t know. 

‘For ages, it was quite quiet and all of a sudden we heard back and it was like, ‘What do we do now?’

She added: ‘It was such an exciting time, but also so strange. It was right in the middle of the pandemic, so you couldn’t see anyone,so everything was done over Zoom and it’s a very different way of meeting somebody. But I’m really happy.’

Yay: On getting an investment from Lord Sugar, Jemma said: 'Once I sent the email, I was thinking, 'Is he ever going to reply? What's going to happen?' We didn't know'

Yay: On getting an investment from Lord Sugar, Jemma said: ‘Once I sent the email, I was thinking, ‘Is he ever going to reply? What’s going to happen?’ We didn’t know’

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