Stacey Dooley Sleeps Over airs each Monday night on W at 10pm. In episode two, she stayed on the dwelling of Anna and Jonathan Saccone-Joly, who’ve over 1.9 million subscribers on their YouTube channel. Jonathan and Anna spoke solely to Express.co.uk about their lives as YouTube stars and residing with Stacey Dooley.
In episode two of Stacey Dooley Sleeps Over, Stacey stayed on the surrey dwelling of Youtube household, The Saccone-Joly’s.
The Saccone-Joly’s have 4 children, Emila, Eduardo, Alessia and Andrea and 6 Maltese canine Albi, Sina, and their 4 puppies: Theo, Bianca, Nivea and Nuvola.
Anna and Jonathan Saccone-Joly started vlogging collectively in 2009 and shortly achieved over a million subscribers to their youtube channel.
They have movies a number of the greatest milestones of their life, together with the births of all 4 children and shared them on-line.
Every second day, they movie vlogs of their every day lives that includes their children and are very energetic on Instagram and Snapchat.
In episode two, when Stephen is introducing Stacey to his 4 children he says: “Half of them will make you want to have kids, half of them won’t make you want to have kids.”
Stacey replied: “Perfect. That’s where I am actually. Sometimes I quite fancy it and other times I feel I can’t think of anything worse.”
Stacey has been courting her Strictly Come to Dancing accomplice Kevin Clifton since April this yr,
Stacey and Kevin gained Strictly final yr and months later, introduced they had been courting.
The pair have been remained very non-public about their relationship, however in her newest documentary collection, Stacey usually refers candidly to her relationship
In the primary episode of the collection, Stacey additionally spoke about how jealous she can be if she was ever in an open relationship after spending the weekend with a throuple.
In episode two of Stacey Dooley Sleeps Over, Stacey spent the weekend with the Saccone-Joly household.
Stacey requested Anna and Jonathan about the criticism acquired about sharing their household life and children with the world.
She additionally shared her considerations about the children being embarrassed sooner or later or being susceptible to paedophiles on-line.
Jonathan Saccone-Joly spoke solely to Express.co.uk about the criticism they generally obtain.
He mentioned: “Sharing our lives so publicly naturally invitations each good and unhealthy reactions.
“We’re solely human so I’d be mendacity if I mentioned destructive feedback don’t get to us typically. But on the entire, we get a great deal of help and positivity from our viewers, which in the end outweighs the unhealthy.”
He added: “I could tell Stacey had her reservations about our lifestyle at the beginning, but I definitely think she left with much more of an understanding of why we do what we do and what it means to us, and I think that’s often the case for anyone who spends time with us as a family.”
Alex Warren, Author of Technoutopia: How optimism ruined the web provided his opinion to Express.co.uk about the rise of vlogging and social media.
He mentioned: “As a lot enjoyable as it’s to indicate off your loved ones life, mother and father must keep in mind that their children aren’t simply props for these movies.
“Choosing what you might be and aren’t prepared to share on-line is a really private resolution and oldsters want to attend till their children are sufficiently old to assume about their privateness and resolve for themselves.”
On the opposite hand, Dr Ben Marder, Senior Lecturer in Marketing, University of Edinburgh Business School mentioned: “Professional vloggers are more strategic and know that sharing more about their lives means more followers who are more engaged, which results in more money from sponsorship.”
Anna Saccone-Joly added: “Often individuals will message us about one thing we’ve shared on-line that they’re additionally going by or have been by themselves, they usually’ll tell us how a lot it’s helped them to listen to individuals speaking about it overtly.
“Being in a position to relate to individuals on a private degree and serving to them by one thing is a large cause we do what we do.”
Jonathan additionally revealed that in the event that they stopped sharing their lives on-line, he would miss the interplay with their followers.
He defined: “Many of them have been with us from the beginning, so it’s like we’ve all been on the journey collectively which I feel is fairly cool. “
After a full weekend, Stacey additionally bought to see the positives and recognised the advantages of capturing the whole lot on digicam to re-watch sooner or later.
Stacey mirrored: “I feel in the end the primary query is that clearly it’s very useful financially to be a YouTuber, as you may make a great deal of cash and your children may be actually snug, and each mum or dad desires to have the ability to fund and help their infants.
“However, it does come at a value and that price is their privateness.”
She added: “I think that’s a big sacrifice and the kids are going to be eighteen or twenty years old one day and it might be that they never wanted any of that documented. It’s really interesting territory and I think it’ll make for great conversation.”
Stacey Dooley Sleeps Over airs Mondays on W