Jacqueline Jossa admits she feels 'lost' during stressful house move to £1.2 million home

JACQUELINE Jossa has admitted she feels 'lost' during a stressful house move to her £1.2 million home.

The Sun revealed earlier this month that Jacqueline and her husband Dan Osborne had splashed out on a new six-bedroom family home.

Jacqueline has been keeping fans updated on the moving progress, and in her latest post, she admitted she felt "lost".

Alongside a short video of her with a sad face, she wrote: "I'm actually really going to miss this house though.

"I'm excited and can't wait to move into the new house but….I will miss this place.

"Having a bath tonight I felt a bit lost. I don't want to leave but I'm also excited to get moving.



"Mixed emotions. So much stress and work, lots of things creeping up that we weren't prepared for. Proud of us really @DanOsborneofficial."

She continued: "I'm really happy Ella has moved so smoothly into her new school, she's made such a big group of new friends. Even I have met some lovely mums."

She concluded: "Feel the fear and do it anyway."

The home, in Essex, has three floors and a cinema room — and the couple might have to have a few more kids to fill the six bedrooms.

A source said: “It’s a hugely impressive house and testament to Jacqueline’s hard work that they’ve been able to afford it.

“They sold their previous house some time ago and have been waiting for their ‘forever home’ and they think this is it.”

The couple have even set up an Instagram account to show the pad’s “journey” into being their home — despite it being an immaculate new-build.

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