Jacqueline Jossa has announced she is quitting Instagram for a while following her epic row with husband Dan Osborne.
The married couple, who have two children together, were seen getting heated behind the scenes at Tuesday’s National Television Awards, after ex EastEnders actress Jacqueline spotted Dan chatting to a group of women.
According to sources Jacqueline, 26, was left standing to one side and eventually burst into tears after being left out of 27-year-old Dan’s flirty banter.
Now, Jacqueline, who regularly shares her life via the Instagam story feature, announced she’s taking some time off, amid mounting speculation that she and Dan are on the rocks again.
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Posting to her 1.4 million followers, Jacqueline simply wrote: "No stories again! See you soon x".
Her decision to temporarily quit sharing on the app comes after an insider expressed fears that Dan was "up to his old tricks," after watching Jacqueline and Dan row at the awards’ after party.
Jacqueline is said to have told Dan that his behaviour was "not cool," before insisting they leave immediately – something Dan protested.
They told the Daily Star: "He was arguing that he didn’t want to leave and the feud carried on.
"Afterwards, she was really upset and actually cried. It was awkward because everyone was having fun and they weren’t hiding their fight from those around them!”
Jacqueline Jossa and Dan seemed happy at the awards just hours earlier
The couple were rocked by cheating claims back in 2018 after Dan was spotted getting cosy with Love Island’s Gabby Allen .
Both parties denied any cheating but Jac and Dan split briefly.
After they reconciled Jacqueline said: "I just want a better year than this. It couldn’t get much worse, could it?"
The actress, who found fame playing the part of Lauren Branning in EastEnders, said she was sick and tired of people thinking of her as ‘poor Jacqueline’ and vowed that in 2019 things would be better.
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