STACEY Solomon has revealed the incredible grave she built in the garden of Pickle Cottage in memory of her beloved late dog Theo.
The mother-of-four took to Instagram to reveal the impressive shrine, which sits under the sprawling magnolia tree in the backyard of her £1.2million Essex home.
Stacey, 32, took a video as she laid out a candle and rocks that had been placed in Theo's old water bowl as she went to visit the garden grave.
She filmed as she showed off the stunning plaque that had been placed where the sweet dog – who died in December age 11 – was laid to rest.
"Our darling Theo, we were so lucky to love you and we will never stop," the emotional sign read. "Sweet dreams, Fifi. 2010 – 2021."
Stacey continued to film as she showed off the flowers she had laid, as well as the bench that had been placed next to the grave for her to "sit and have a cuppa".
"We had a memory plaque made for Theo," the Loose Women star captioned the post. "She lays underneath the magnolia tree.
"The most beautiful tree in the garden but it never blooms for long enough, just like you Theo. We miss you."
She detailed of the bench: "I pulled a bench over so I can just sit and have a cuppa with her. Peanut just sat here looking at everything. He never just sits."
Stacey signed off the emotional post by calling her remaining pet Peanut "special" as she said he "really broke her heart" at Theo's graveside.
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Last month, Stacey revealed how her beloved dog Theo died in her arms just after Christmas – leaving her totally heartbroken.
The Loose Women star told her Instagram followers the sad news, writing: "She fell asleep in my arms surrounded by all of us at Pickle Cottage."
Sharing a series of pictures of the dog, who she owned for 11 years, Stacey wrote: "Thank you for everything, you'll never know how much I needed you."
The 32-year-old added sadly: "My lap has never felt so empty."
Sharing pictures and on Instagram, Stacey also wrote a moving tribute, saying: "Sweet Dreams Theo. The best friend we could have ever wished for.
"Our hearts are broken. Yesterday at home in our arms we had to say goodnight to our Theo. 11 wonderful years.
"We were so lucky to love you Fifi and we will never stop. My lap has never felt so empty. I miss you so much already. My little girl. But oh my goodness the memories and the love you brought into our lives.
"Thank you for everything Theo. For protecting me and the boys when we needed it most. For loving us no matter what and for holding on for so long and waiting to meet your little sister Rose.
"Rex has had the best friend in you that he could ever have wished for and the boys have had the best protector in the whole wide world.
"Even though Rex is only little I know him, Zachary and Leighton will never ever forget you.
"Peanut is missing his cuddle buddy very much so we are trying to make it up to him in our cuddles but I know it’s just not the same."
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