Stacey Solomon fans have praised the TV star for her sensitivity in dealing with the most emotional episode of Sort Your Life Out yet.
The BBC One show sees Solomon and her team of organisation experts help people whose homes have become overwhelmed by belongings to reduce the amount of things they own and rearrange their rooms to keep things tidier.
In Wednesday's episode, she met a family who had lost a beloved mum to COVID in 2020, leading to the three children's aunt, uncle and cousin moving in with them so that they could stay in their family home.
They were struggling to find places for six people's belongings, as well as the sadness of having to sort through their late mum's possessions.
Raaj Kaur, who moved in with her nieces and nephew after her sister passed away, acknowledged what Solomon and her team had done for them by tweeting: "Crying all over again. My sisters' babies finally have a home to be themselves and also be surrounded by mum."
Viewers were impressed by mum-of-five Solomon's sensitivity in handling the reorganisation, which included speaking to bereavement experts.
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One person tweeted: "Stacey Solomon is a national treasure, kindness and empathy just ooze out of her."
Someone else added: "I not ashamed to say I love @StaceySolomon she is just so positive and kind."
Another fan wrote: "This show really makes my heart so full!! I absolutely adore @StaceySolomon and love how happy and positive that she always is."
Viewers were also talking about how much they liked the family taking part in the episode.
One person tweeted: "Love #staceysolomon (never judgmental, always positive) what a lovely family in tonight’s #sortyourlifeout - tough circumstances but their love for each other really shone through."
Someone else agreed: "Stacey Solomon is a sweetheart, isn't she. What a lovely family she was working with this week."
Another viewer wrote: "That was my favourite ever episode. What a lovely family."