Jacqueline Jossa has the ‘most magical day’ as she and Dan take kids to meet Santa
Proud mum Jacqueline Jossa gushed over her two girls Ella and Mia as she and hubby Dan whisked them away to meet St Nick himself
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Jacqueline Jossa is well and truly in the Christmas spirit.
The doting mum, 27, told fans that she, husband Dan and their two girls Ella and Mia had the “most special” day as a family.
Taking to her Instagram Stories, Jac told that they’d returned home to cozy up and put on a Christmas flick.
“We had the most magical day,” Jac shared, “I cannot tell you. It was the most special, Christmas-y day.
“We went to see Santa today, and it was incredible.”
She added: “We’ve got a Christmas film on…Ella is loving it!”
Jungle Queen Jac followed with a string of snaps from the day, tagging Marsh Farm in Essex where they could socially distance from other visitors.
The girls were wrapped up in puffer jackets to chase away the chill, while Dan snapped a selfie of the whole family.
Jac later filmed the two girls snuggled under blankets in front of the telly, both dogs snoozing on Ella’s lap.
Mia was so taken in with the film she didn’t notice her mum filming her.
“Do you think we look alike?” Jac asked her fans.
The day as a family comes as a well-earned rest for Jac after hard graft on her West End debut.
Her Christmas Carol performance has seen a string of rave reviews, proud Jac sharing fan tweets about the show.
“WOW WOW WOW. First half done OMG,” one fan raved during the intermission, “You were all sensational.”
“If you’re in London go and see A Christmas Carol, it was amazing,” wrote another.
“This was needed,” a third gushed, “Bloody fantastic show, and the words from Brian Conley shows how much this meant to them. Was great to be a part of your first show.”
Jac stars along Brian Conley and Matt Willis in the stage adaptation of Charles Dickins’ classic novel.
It’s one of the first shows to return to the West End after the pandemic wreaked havoc on theatres across the country.