Inside Jacqueline Jossa and Dan Osborne’s safari park family day out with their children

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Jacqueline Jossa and Dan Osborne are making the most of the newly loosened COVID restrictions, enjoying a day out with their children at a newly reopened safari park.

The EastEnders actress, 28, and her former TOWIE star husband, 29, took Teddy, 7, Ella, 6, and Mia, 2, on a fun-filled day out to Longleat Safari Park.

The family shared the day with their fans on Instagram stories, where highlights included getting up close and personal with a very nosy giraffe.

The day was a success and proud dad Dan took to Instagram to say what an “amazing weekend” they had together.

"Looking forwards for some more family time this weekend and a lot less social media," Jacqueline shared ahead of their day out which included Dan's son Teddy, from a previous relationship.

Last week, the TV star posted an adorable tribute to her daughters Mia and Ella, calling them her ‘sun, moon and stars’.



In the sweet tribute, she posted a snap of the trio together and the words: "You are my sun, my moon and my stars”.

"A mother holds her daughters hands for a while, but their hearts FOREVER.

"Hoping you will always hold my hand and cuddle me close,” Jacqueline wrote.

Fans were pleased to see the I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here Winner looking relaxed and happy following the recent news that the stress of online trolls was “making her unwell”.

"For me and for my brain and for my health, I'm just going to block the website on my phone," she began an extended post to her 3.2million social media fans last week.

Jacqueline explained how she has been dealing with comments from strangers since she started acting age just 17.

"I've always had negative comments, and from 17 years old, it just stays with you and sits with you and it is a bit of a form of self harm," she said.

It was reportedly Dan who encouraged her to take control of how she responds to the hate they receive online.

“She’s taken steps to protect her mental health now. She’s taking a stand, speaking out and blocking websites that contain threads about them,” our source said. “Dan also tells Jacqueline to put her phone down, as looking at these horrible comments does nothing good.

“He is super protective, so he finds it frustrating that he can’t protect his family from trolling.”

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