Jacqueline Jossa shares a peek inside her new £1.2 million Essex pad as she reveals enormous open-plan kitchen and living room complete with a gigantic TV and luxury fireplace
She recently purchased a brand new £1.2 million ‘forever home’ in Essex with her husband Dan Osborne.
And Jacqueline Jossa proved their abode is coming along nicely on Thursday, when she shared a glimpse inside the house’s impressive interiors on Instagram.
Filming inside the open-plan living and kitchen space, the EastEnders star, 28, revealed there was an enormous TV installed on the wall, alongside a luxury tiled fireplace.
Exciting: Jacqueline Jossa, 28, proved her and her 29-year-old husband Dan Osborne’s new home is coming alongside nicely on Instagram on Thursday (pictured on her new doorstep)
Wow: Filming inside the open-plan living and kitchen space, the EastEnders star revealed she’d had an enormous TV installed on the wall, alongside a luxury tiled fireplace
Moving through the home, Jacqueline showed off the chic all-white kitchen and stylish concrete floors.
However, the brunette beauty revealed there was still plenty of work to do on the property’s outside space.
Carrying her camera outside, Jacqueline revealed that the huge garden was still mostly comprised of concrete and tarpaulin.
Impressive: Moving through the home, Jacqueline showed off the chic all-white kitchen and stylish concrete floors
The doting mother also revealed that she and husband Dan, 29, were having a bar added to the garden.
Panning the camera towards the back of her new garden, builders – one of whom was Jacqueline’s father-in-law – could be seen insulating the wooden outhouse.
The soap star also gave fans a glimpse of her and Dan’s gym – which was being built at the other end of the garden.
Work to do: However, the brunette beauty revealed there was still plenty of work to do on the property’s outside space (pictured: what will be the bar)
The couple – who share daughters, Ella, six, and Mia, two – have been openly documenting their changes to their new property on social media.
MailOnline revealed in March the six-bedroom house boasts a large kitchen and living room, as well as an additional study, fireplace and garden, while Jacqueline and Dan’s room has its own desirable dressing area.
But last week, the mother-of-two admitted that the toll of the house move is causing her stress as she told how things ‘keep going wrong’.
Handy: The soap star also gave fans a glimpse of her and Dan’s gym – which was being built at the other end of the garden
In a post shared to her Instagram stories, she said: ‘I’ve been really stressed. I can’t actually explain to you how stressed I have been.
‘It’s been really getting to me and it’s been really difficult for me. Things keep going wrong. Five things could get done, and then the next minute, ten more things would have to be done.’
The TV personality went on to explain that she had to take a few days away from the home to re-cooperate amid juggling the stress of moving home and caring for her daughters.
More space: Jacqueline and Dan’s children Ella, six, and Mia, two (pictured) will have plenty more room to play in the three-floor property
The former I’m a Celebrity star’s house renovations comes after she confirmed the passing of her beloved grandfather.
She shared the heartbreaking announcement with her followers on her Instagram page on Wednesday afternoon.
Jacqueline posted a sweet picture of herself smiling beside her grandad as he wrapped his arm around her, as she shared a touching tribute in the caption.
Jacqueline, who did not reveal a cause of death, wrote: ‘Rest in peace grandad. Find yourself a stage in heaven and sing your heart out.
‘I will find one and do the same. For you.’
Jacqueline’s loved ones showed support for the actress in the comments underneath the post, including her husband Dan who posted emojis of praying hands and a red heart.
Sad news: Jacqueline confirmed the passing of her beloved grandfather (pictured) on Wednesday, writing: ‘Rest in peace grandad. Find yourself a stage and sing your heart out’
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