‘Mistakes are a thing of the past’: Dan Osborne reveals he and Jacqueline Jossa are ‘closer than ever’
Dan Osborne has revealed that he and his wife Jacqueline Jossa are ‘closer now than before the lockdown’ and that ‘mistakes are in the past’.
The former TOWIE star, 29, sang the praise of his soap star wife in a new interview, calling Jacqueline, 28, a ‘great mom’.
Dan stumbles over their relationship, praising the bond between him and Jacqueline as ‘stronger than ever’.
Happy: Dan Osborne, 29, has revealed that he and wife Jacqueline Jossa, 28, are ‘closer now than before the lockdown’ and that ‘mistakes are in the past’
Speak against The sun, Dan explained that they have moved on to previous dramas.
‘We are at a very different stage from that. Our chemistry is still going strong. I love her just as much as I did when I first met her, ”says the TV personality.
He added, “We’re stronger than we ever thought and I think it made us realize that weird things – like me going out – maybe Jacqueline was a little stressed.”
Dan and Jacqueline got married in 2017 and share daughters Ella, six, and Mia, two.
Sweet: Dreaming about their relationship, Dan hailed his and Jacqueline’s bond as ‘stronger than ever’ (pictured with daughters Ella, six, and Mia, two)
Dan also has a six-year-old son named Teddy from a previous relationship.
The couple have spent the past few months renovating their new £ 1.2million ‘forever home’ in Essex.
In July, Dan admitted to cheating on actress Jacqueline, but insisted they passed it and planned to renew their wedding vows.
Speaking of his infidelity, Dan said that “if it were the other way around,” and Jacqueline had been unfaithful, he would have left her.
He also revealed that he had told his wife from three years earlier that he wouldn’t ‘blame’ her for running away from their marriage.
In a candid interview with The Sun, Dan said, “ There have been times when if it had been the other way around, I would have left.
“I would have gone, so I said to her” I wouldn’t blame you if you left me “. I said that to Jac. If it were the other way around, I would be gone. ‘
In the candid conversation with the publication, Dan was unable to clarify which cheating rumors were true, as the couple was startled by many over the years.
Ahead: The couple’s marriage suffered during the initial lockdown when Jacqueline moved back in with her parents, but this time Dan said they get along
Dan, in particular, was accused of cheating on Jacqueline with Love Island star Gabby Allen in 2018, something they have both maintained was untrue.
The pair faced false claims again after it was alleged that Dan had a threesome with his Celebrity Big Brother co-stars Natalie Nunn and Chloe Ayling last year, which he denied.
After Jacqueline’s win in the I’m A Celebrity jungle, Dan apologized for doing things he wasn’t proud of in the relationship.
Farther and Higher: In July, Dan admitted to cheating on actress Jacqueline, but insisted they passed over and planned to renew their wedding vows
The reality star lamented his past behavior, which he didn’t specify, in a candid post reflecting on the past decade and seemingly referring to his cheating scandal.
In his interview, Dan talked about how he had made a ‘bunch of mistakes’ that were all built ‘into one’ and got worse, adding that he takes ‘full responsibility’ for being ‘c ** p’.
Discussing the ups and downs of the relationship between him and Jacqueline, Dan said they’ve had both “ great ” times and the “ worst possible, awful moments, ” saying if they could get through that, they could get through anything .
The fitness buff also spoke about their romantic woes in May this year, when Jacqueline temporarily moved out of the family home amid tensions in their marriage.
Dan blamed the pressure of the lockdown, adding that entertaining their kids plus not allowing their usual freedoms became too much and they just needed “ time apart. ”
However, he has now insisted that they are doing better than ever.
Happy family: couple have spent the last few months renovating their new £ 1.2 million ‘forever home’ in Essex