Jacqueline Jossa has shared a hilarious EastEnders throwback picture with former co-star Jake Wood.
Taking to her Instagram stories, the Queen of the Jungle, 27, posted a funny meme back from her soap days.
The meme read: “When you think you weren’t that drunk the night before then you check your snapchat.”
The funny pic showed the mum-of-two covered in fake blood after sustaining fake injuries in the throwback EastEnders episode.
Co-star Jake Wood can be seen taking the selfie while he and Jac grinned for the camera.
Jacqueline captioned the meme: “Everyone stay safe this new year ppl,” alongside a laughing face emoji.
The caption hints at the possibility of Jac staying in with her hubby Dan Osborne and kids on New Year’s as the mum managed to have a lot of quality time with her babies since leaving the jungle earlier this month.
In an Instagram post she shared yesterday, Jac has urged fans to love their wobbly bits as she embraces her “thick legs”.
The 27-year-old was seen candidly snuggling up to her youngest daughter Mia, as both are seen lounging around at home.
Make-up free Jacqueline can be seen cosying up to her little one while wearing festive pyjamas.
Posting the pic to her 2.4million followers, the mum-of-two wrote: “She gets her chunky legs from her mumma #captainthunderthighs”.
Jacqueline got really candid in the rest of the caption, writing: “There once was a time I wouldn’t have posted this because my legs look slightly bigger, but I actually quite like my thick legs now so YOLO B**CHES!!”
She added: “Love all of your wobbly bits people. (As soon as you look at the positives in your imperfections the easier it is to love them, and you look at pictures and yourself in general differently).
“Thanks so much for everyone who has been so amazing and messaged such kind words!”
She added: “You guys are the best honestly.. Also still not used to being called QUEEN OF THE JUNGLE on the streets but dang I’ll take it!!
“I’m going to be over the moon about this title for a long time #ShesAQueen”.
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