During an emotional YouTube video shared in April, the Married At First Sight bride confirmed speculation that her stomach tattoo was a tribute to her late brother— who passed away before she gave birth to her first child several years ago.
"Everyone keeps asking me about this. I hide my stomach tattoo and I'm getting all my little ones lasered off," she said in the clip.
"My stomach tattoo is very sentimental. When my brother died, I was pregnant with my firstborn. SO after he was born I got a tribute on my stomach."
The detailed black-and-white geometric design has her brother's name in the middle with the words "forever young" written below.
"I may or may not post a close-up one day, but it's very sentimental to me. Even with bikinis I'll wear a one-piece or put a sarong over it," the law graduate said at the time, adding she's self-conscious about showing it off in public.
During the series, she ensured her stomach was always concealed and even wore a pair of high waisted shorts while going for a swim in her ex-husband, Michael Goonan's pool.
In her tell-all video, the 26-year-old law graduate— who endured an ill-fated marriage to her TV husband after allegedly cheating— also revealed she's struggling to find work since filming wrapped, admitting she's been rejected from dozens of law firms because she wishes to work part-time.
"A lot of people ask why I'm not using my law degree, but not many law firms like to take on people who only want three days a week," said the single mum who shares sons Kosta and Kruz, with her Rebels bikie ex.
"If I did five days a week then I feel like I'm not being fair on my children and I'm not there for them. Being a single parent has impacted me quite a lot, but I'm also so blessed and wouldn't have my life any other way."
"I'm very self-motivated and when you are self-motivated, you can do anything in life. I got all of the work I needed to do, took it home and did it there so I could raise my children. I also had a very supportive network," she explained.
"I had a very supportive network. Their dad was very supportive. My mum was very supportive. And their godmother, who I went through law school with, was also very supportive. We would do the same classes, study together and make sure we'd go to the exams together."
As for what field of law she wishes to never pursue, Stacey said: "I won't do family law. When I was doing my graduate diploma in law I was doing a placement with someone who deals with contracts and copyright - which is what I love. That's what I want to do.
"Family law is so draining, emotionally and mentally. And the fact that I have children, I don't think I could do it. I don't think family law is fair on the children [involved in cases]. I couldn't handle it. I've read some things and it's just not nice."