The Queen of the Jungle, 27, 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!
“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”.
The EastEnders star’s time in the jungle was toughened by cheating rumours surrounding hubby Dan Osborne .
One of the allegations was that he cheated with Love Island star Gabby Allen , something which both parties deny.
Dan denies the claims, as did Natalie at first, but has since claimed to The Sun that she and Dan did have sex.
“I had sex with Dan in my hotel room,” she said, “Chloe’s story was true. I was drunk and it was a huge mistake but it happened.”
Jac seems to have shrugged off the scandal though, as she insisted: “I’ve had the best Christmas ever. I feel I have been very spoilt.
“Nothing will bring Christmas or my family down.
“I am focusing about all the positives in life now. There is so much in life and in people. I will never change that for anyone.”
Dan has since issued a public apology to Jac and his family, but steered clear of specifics of his “mistakes” and didn’t confirm the threesome.
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