Jacqueline Jossa looks more loved up than ever with topless Dan Osborne on family holiday

JACQUELINE Jossa looked more loved up than ever with a topless Dan Osborne on their recent family holiday.

Jacqueline, 27, grabbed hold of her husband in a cute embrace, with Dan simply captioning the snap on Instagram with a heart emoji.

It followed another smitten pic of the pair which Jacqueline shared on Wednesday on Instagram, writing: "You."

You can even see her sweet tattoo dedication to him which reads: "Always."

The actress posted the gorgeous throwback to their holiday where they soaked up the sun with their kids Mia and Ella.

But after trolls invaded the comments and slammed her marriage, Jacqueline turned the option to comment off.

However, Dan allowed his fans to write messages beneath his snap and people shared messages of support.

One fan said: "You two are the sweetest and you have gorgeous children"

Another wrote: "He is one lucky man"

As one more fan remarked: "You both look so happy and in love"

I'm A Celeb winner Jacqueline has vowed to get healthier this year and has started a 1,200-calorie-a-day diet.

She looked in great shape as she modelled her blue Fabletics sports bra and leggings in her back garden in another recent photo.

Jacquline's new plan consists of350 calorie meals and 500 calorie meals.

The-mum-of-two showed off one of her meals created by The Lion Preps company which consisted of a tiny box of peri-peri- salmon and broccoli.

Hinting that she has been busy working out, the former I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! star said: "Another absolute banger. I know I should have probably put it on a plate but I'm really, really tired, I've had a really long couple of days, my whole body aches."

She added: "All will be revealed but…just know that I am seriously dead. And now, I'm tucking into some peri-peri salmon with broccoli and honestly, it's stunning. It's really stunning."

Jacqueline went on to explain that she pre-orders her diet meals, adding: "It is just a way of keeping me on top of eating healthy, less snacky bits and less take outs and stuff."

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