Jacqueline Jossa was at her 'lowest' point before 'I'm A Celebrity'

Jacqueline Jossa wants to show her true personality in the jungle (Credit: ITV)
Jacqueline Jossa (ITV)

Jacqueline Jossa has revealed she was at her “lowest” point just before she went on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

The EastEnders star competed on the ITV reality show in 2019 and was crowned Queen of the Jungle.

She has now said she was at a real low point before she headed into the Aussie jungle – but that no-one knew about it.

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Jossa, 28, opened up as she took part in a social media trend that asks people to post pictures according to particular themes.

The actor shared several images on her Instagram Stories in response, with one selfie titled: “A picture of when u felt ur lowest but nobody knew.”

“Just before going into the jungle,” she said.

Screengrab from Jacqueline Jossa Instagram Stories
Screengrab from Jacqueline Jossa Instagram Stories

Jossa didn’t share why she was in such a bad place at the time.

The actor has been married to former TOWIE star Dan Osborne since 2017 and the pair have two daughters together – Ella, five, and Mia, two. Osbourne also has a son, Teddy, from a previous relationship.

In the past there have been rumours that Osborne had been unfaithful with other women.

Speaking to The Sun last year, he said: “I’ve made mistakes, yeah. I’ve done things I shouldn’t have done. Me and Jac have spoken about that and she has forgiven me.

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"There have been times where if it were the other way round, I would have left. I would have gone, so I've said to her, 'I wouldn't blame you if you left me'.

Dan Osborne and Jacqueline Jossa attending the National Television Awards 2020 held at the O2 Arena, London. Photo credit should read: Doug Peters/EMPICS
Dan Osborne and Jacqueline Jossa (Doug Peters/EMPICS)

"I've said if it was the other way around I’d be gone, it's not like I've been brushing off any mistakes that I’ve made. I'm fully aware of them and I'm aware that it ain't right.”