Jacqueline Jossa plans to move house in 2021 after her marriage wobble with husband Dan Osborne

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It’s been a tough year for Jacqueline Jossa, who is on the lookout for a fresh start in a new family pad in 2021.

The former soap star, 28, saw her marriage with Dan Osborne suffer when allegations of his infidelity were claimed.

The I’m a Celebrity winner’s husband strongly denied that he had been unfaithful during their five year relationship but in the summer he finally revealed he had made amends with Jacqueline over mistakes.

Jac reportedly threatened to quit I'm A Celebrity last year over rumours Dan had cheated with Love Island star Gabby Allen, claims which he denied.

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Jacqueline and Dan seem to have moved forward and the mum-of-two is hoping for a fresh start in a brand new home next year.

In the midst of lockdown 2.0, the star treated fans to a mini Q&A on Instagram.

She invited her followers to ask their pressing questions on the app in an effort to catch up during the tough month.

Jac revealed that 2021 is shaping up to be a busy year for her, Dan and their daughters Ella, five and two-year-old Mia.

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The actress wrote down her grand plans: “To move house, have a chilled January and then work work work! Some big family birthdays, and plans need to be made.”

It sounds like Jacqueline has a lot on her plate, providing we don’t endure another lockdown.

“Hopefully corona f**ks off by then,” she continued.

Jac’s new home plans are a sweet relief to fans, after rumours that she moved out of her marital home earlier this year.

The star even opened up about the toughest times during her three-year marriage and after previously denying her escape, she revealed she “couldn’t be in the same house as Dan”.

Dan was reportedly left alone in the million pound pad after Jacqueline fled with their two daughters.

As the pair pick up the pieces of their marriage and try to begin again, Jacqueline says therapy helped her at the lowest moment.

At the time, she assured her fans that there would be no split or divorce and vowed that they would work together to move forward.

She told the press: “There was no big argument or bust-up, and there were no other girls. Moving out was literally how I had to deal with it.”

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