Stacey Solomon ‘SMACKED’ on Loose Women during heated discussion

In a discussion about smacking children, poor Stacey Solomon was used as a demo doll by Jane Moore and Nadia Sawalha on Loose Women

Stacey Solomon was jokingly taught a lesson in a heated debate about smacking on Loose Women.

Nadia Sawalha, who is strongly against smacking, agreed with a recent law in Jersey which bans smacking children.

But Jane Moore wanted to show Nadia what could be considered an “acceptable tap,” and tried to make this obvious by using poor Stacey as an example.

She lifted Stacey’s left hand and gave it a little smack, after which Stacey stroked her hand in jokey pain.

After this, Nadia got involved, taking Stacey’s right hand to show the same thing and to discuss whether even an “acceptable tap” is OK.

Jane took Stacey’s other hand back to continue in the discussion, at which Stacey moaned: “I just shouldn’t have even come in today!”

In the discussion, Nadia made a heartfelt plea against smacking, saying: “All I ever felt when my mum smacked me was resentment. I never felt I had done something wrong…

“I felt angry towards my mum and for me it didn’t work and when we think of everything else we do around our children… so my children don’t copy me, as I want to be a role model.

“So I want to show when I’m angry… I’m not going to hit someone, I’m going to try a different way because to me I think when an adult hits a child, it’s a bigger person hitting a smaller person and it always really upsets me.

This was the point when Jane tried to show what a tap could mean, and Stacey seemed to be against the new law despite getting served up a dish of what the children could get.

She said: “That tap, that might just be it. Iwould never smack my children as I’d feel guilty about it but it’s hard to expect all parents to never lose it.

“Because there are some situations when you do lose it.”

When the adverts ended, Nadia and Stacey were still having their debate, as Andrea McLean announced: “This has gone on all the way through the break!”

Loose Women airs weekdays at 12.30pm on ITV.