Former EastEnders star Jacqueline Jossa shared a clip of her giving followers a glimpse of her dream home and explained why each room is like it is
Jacqueline Jossa gave her followers a little tour of her impressive £1 million Essex home.
The former EastEnders star even had a Queen Vic-inspired bar fitted into her back garden.
The 28-year-old turned the tour into a lively and hilarious sketch as she walked through the home and explained her plan for each room.
“Excuse me, you’re late, what time do you call this? Come on in,” she began the video by talking to the camera as if her followers were there with her.
Jacqueline jokingly panicked as she tried to hide a drying rack from view and said: “Don’t look at the mess, don’t start there. In there please.”
Down the hallway is the family’s living room, which boasts cosy-looking beige sofas and endless toys.
“This room was meant to be a really delicate living room,” she explained. “No telly, no iPads, just a really chilled room that has basically turned into the kids’ playroom.”
A short section of the clip showed Jacqueline ringing a bell behind her Queen Vic bar as she yelled out: “Last orders!”
Her dream home even boasts a cinema room that’s big enough to fit her entire family.
As the video she shared was an advert for a pasta company, she ended up in the kitchen where she began preparing a quick meal.
“This is really where the family all just chill and spend all of our time together,” she said.
The star and her husband Dan Osborne – who have two daughters together, and Dan has a son from a prior relationship – have been working to build the perfect family home for themselves.
Their expansive home boasts three floors with six bedrooms, as well as the cinema room and a “Lego room” for Dan.
She wrote on Instagram: “WE GOT THE KEYS! We have waited a while but we picked up the keys to our forever home.
“It needs some tender loving care, a lick of paint and some tweaks.
“I love love love it so much. I’m so proud.”
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