Jacqueline Jossa defiantly tells spiteful trolls they’ll ‘never win’ as her daughters are all that matter to her
JACQUELINE Jossa has defiantly told spiteful trolls they’ll ‘never win’ as her daughters are all that matter to her.
The former EastEnders actress has two daughters with husband Dan Osborne, Ella, five, and Mia, two.
The couple have managed to get their marriage back on track after former Towie star Dan, 29, confessed to cheating on his wife earlier this year, leading to nasty messages from trolls.
But despite the hateful posts that have come her way, Jacqueline has insisted she has no time for them, as her family are her priority.
Sharing happy snaps of her with both her daughters on Instagram on Sunday, Jacqueline wrote: “I love you ladies with all of my heart.
“I am so proud of the life you girls have given me you guys are the absolute best and I hope one day you will be proud of me.
“You are truly the only opinion that means anything to me. To the trolls and losers you will never win. I have this gang.”
She continued: “Need to work on not letting what losers say to me out of jealously or spite or just pure troll vibes, get to me. I have soooo much to be happy about.”
Jacqueline’s post comes after she headed to Thorpe Park with Dan over the weekend.
Sharing a loved-up snap of herself with Dan, the actress wrote: “We do have fun. His face is so lovely.”
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But the mum-of-two went on to explain the story behind their smiles and told her 3m Instagram followers: “we took a trip to @thorpeparkofficial and Played like kids for the day. Good fun and really needed.
“BUT am I getting old? I literally couldn’t stomach the rides, felt soooo sicky and dizzy.”