Jacqueline Jossa says she and Dan Osborne are ‘really good’ after turbulent year

Jacqueline Jossa has said she and husband Dan Osborne are "really good" after a tough year in which he admitted to being unfaithful.

Earlier this year, the former TOWIE hunk admitted he had cheated on Jacqueline during their relationship after frequently denying previous accusations.

Jungle queen Jac appeared on Lorraine today and spoke with host Lorraine Kelly about her new project in the West End as well as her family life.

She said: "Me and Daniel, really good, loving life. Excited for Christmas, the decorations are going up this weekend."

In July, Dan admitted he did cheat on Jacqueline but said she had "forgiven" him and they were moving forward.

He told The Sun: "I've made mistakes, yeah. I've done things I shouldn't have done. Me and Jac have spoken about that and she has forgiven me,

"I know in the past I've denied things when they're not true, but when something has been true, I probably just kept my mouth shut. I was a different person."

Jacqueline and Dan are parents to five-year-old Ella and two-year-old Mia.

The former EastEnders actress told Lorraine: "Ella's doing school now. Home-schooling was task, but I'm glad she's back at school now.

"Mia – terrible twos have definitely hit!"

As well as being a mum to two children, Jacqueline is working hard on a number of projects including clothing lines, makeup collaborations and stage appearances.

Speaking of her role in the West End, Jacqueline said: "I'm doing it with people I've looked up to. Lucie Jones is one of my favourite of all time musical theatre girls and I'm in a West End performance with her.

"I'm terrified but it's going to be fine."

Lorraine asked how she felt about a smaller audience, but Jac seemed well up for it.

She said: "I think this is probably a perfect debut – less people, less nerves, hopefully I'll be better!"

The brunette bombshell is appearing alongside the likes of Lucie Jones and Matt Willis in a West End production of A Christmas Carol.

Lorraine airs weekdays at 9am on ITV

Source: Read Full Article