Jacqueline Jossa’s emotional reunion with daughters after I’m A Celebrity glory
Jacqueline Jossa had an emotional reunion with her daughters after leaving the camp as Queen of the Jungle.
The former EastEnders star, 27, arrived arm-in-arm with husband Dan Osborne and was all smiles as she got to the Palazzo Versace hotel.
She then broke into a run in the lobby and hugged Ella, four, and one-year-old Mia as cheers broke out from the awaiting crowd that had gathered to greet her.
Jacqueline looked teary as she picked the children up and posed for a few photos before heading to her room for some well earned rest.
Earlier on ITV Jacqueline described appearing on the show and winning as being a “turning point in her life”.
After she beat runner up Andy Whyment and third-placed Roman Kemp she told Ant and Dec: “It was a lot harder than I expected and I didn’t expect it to be a turning point in life.
“I feel like I went in as one person and I have come out as a different person, growing in confidence and I have found who I am as a person a bit more.”
The 27-year-old is expected to spend the next 24 hours with her kids and husband Dan.
He has faced allegations regarding nights out with other women whilst he has been married to Jacqueline but denied the claims and insists he is “not worried” about the relationship and just wants his wife and kids to be happy.
Meanwhile, body language expert Judi James runs the rule over their bridge embrace as we were all watching closely.
Judi told MirrorOnline : “It was an emotional win for Jacqueline, whose hands shook throughout her final interview and who was so keen to talk about her reasons for going into the jungle before sitting on the throne and shouting out ‘I love you Daniel’.
“Pressing her fingertips into her forehead and hiding her tears with her hands and then closing her eye,s she was using a praying hand gesture to show how much her newly-found confidence and the way she had proved herself in the jungle meant to her.
“It was easy to see that she thought this was her completely ideal happy ending, and the way she spoke suggested she saw it as the start of a new stage of her life.
“As she walked off down the jungle catwalk and back to real life – plus, presumably, all the newspaper headlines surrounding her stint in there – she bit her lip in a gesture of anxiety before standing shyly with one hand raised in the air.
“Cue hubby Dan in a freshly-ironed striped shirt, running towards her and standing as Jacqueline threw herself at him with what looked like adoration and relief.”