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couple! Jacqueline Josa smiled again soon after spending a day with her husband Dan Osborne on Thursday. She shared a beloved snap of a family day.

Jacqueline Josa posts a love-up snapshot with her husband Dan Osborne

Jacqueline Josa posts a beloved snap with her husband Dan Osborne after sharing her heartache with the shortened West End debut

She remained devastated when her long-awaited West End debut was cut short.

Still, Jacqueline Josa smiled again soon after spending a day with her husband Dan Osborne on Thursday. She shared a beloved snap of a family day.

The actress, 28, and her other half, 29, planted smooth on each other’s lips with sweet shots. She captioned: “Sometimes I just want to squeeze you.”

couple! Jacqueline Josa smiled again soon after spending a day with her husband Dan Osborne on Thursday. She shared a beloved snap of a family day.

The snaps appeared to have been taken during a recent family trip to the local skating rink. The couple is trying to entertain their children, daughters Ella and Mia, and Dan’s son Teddy until Christmas.

Both were paired with a gray padded jacket to cut the casual look, and Jacqueline emphasized her lovely character with a soft make-up.

Dan seemed to be grateful for her romantic feelings, but he commented on his head size in a snap and wrote:’My head looks huge. .. Is it really that big! ?? I love you x. “

I miss you!It comes as Jacqueline shared her grief when her West End debut at Christmas Carols was shortened this week due to Tier 3 restrictions being implemented in London.

She also shared a snap outside the theater and said:'Dreams come true. I didn't realize I needed to be creative and act again. I will confirm that I will do more next year. This year was a wonderful year. There were many opportunities and great work moments.Jacqueline Josa

I miss you!It comes as Jacqueline shared her grief when her West End debut at Christmas Carols was shortened this week due to Tier 3 restrictions being implemented in London.

It comes as Jacqueline shared her grief when her West End debut at Christmas Carols was shortened this week due to Tier 3 restrictions being implemented in London.

After Jacqueline starred in the Christmas Classic as Emily and the ghost of the future of Christmas, the Dominion Theater show was forced to close in line with the rules.

Sharing a photo of herself and co-star Lucy Jones on Friday, Jacqueline wrote:’I made real friends for life, I already miss this show. so much. “

She also shared a snap outside the theater and said:’Dreams come true. I didn’t realize I needed to be creative and act again. I will confirm that I will do more next year. This year was a wonderful year. There were many opportunities and great work moments.

“The feelings this show gave me ended so high this year that I will bring it with me in 2021 and continue to motivate and inspire me.

“To do more wonderful things. Be proud of my family and make more dreams come true. Feel afraid and do it anyway.”

The new show is a festive stage adaptation of Charles Dickens’ famous novel, led by Brain Conley, with Ebenezer Scrooge and Jacqueline Josa playing the ghost of a female Christmas future.

Jacqueline is widely known for her television role as Lauren Brunning in EastEnders.

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