Jacqueline Jossa tells trolls to ‘f**k off’ in hilarious video
Jacqueline Jossa has hit back at trolls with a hilarious Tik Tok video, telling them to “f**k off”.
The mother-of-two, who is celebrating the successful re-launch of her In The Style loungewear collection, took to social media to share a funny mime clip.
The 27-year-old showcased her acting skills as she filmed herself as she mimed along to a different voice.
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She lip syncs in the clip: “I don't understand why people take the time to write on other people's post, 'I don't like this'.
“If you don't like it, f*** off. Problem solved.”
Alongside the clip, Jacqueline wrote: “'When is see so much trolling etc on people’s pictures and work etc…”
It comes after Jacqueline ruled out having a third child with husband Dan Osborne.
Jacqueline is already a doting mum to daughters Ella, five, and Mia, 22 months. But she says there's no chance of another baby while in lockdown.
"No more kids, it’s not possible!" she tells OK! in an exclusive chat.
Though the star is missing her friends and family, she says spending quality time with husband Dan Osborne and their daughters Ella, five, and Mia, 22 months, means everything.
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“They’re the people I struggled to be away from when I was in the jungle,” she says.
When asked about date nights with Dan, Jacqueline revealed: “We tend to do that anyway. We make time for just the two of us, because we spend 12 hours of the day surrounded by the kids and it’s absolutely hectic.
“On certain days, someone’s hair’s been pulled and someone else has been crying. As soon as they’re tucked up in bed and it’s calm, we just breathe and say, ‘It’s our time now.’
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“We’ll order a takeaway or just watch a film together. I think it’s important to make time for your partner.”
When asked if she thinks they’re a good team, Jacqueline responded: “Oh, 100 per cent. If we were in isolation a year ago, I can’t imagine that it would be the same.
"You have to be a team, especially when you’ve got kids. It’s like a military operation every day to look after the kids [laughs]. Especially with my youngest. She keeps ripping off her nappy and weeing everywhere!”
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