This is what Jacqueline, who is a Scorpio, can be expecting today:
Some people, in some cultures, speak of a 'day of judgement.' But are these not the very same individuals who spend day after day reaching opinions about each other's behaviour, then finding even more fault with themselves? Does that not make every day of their life a 'day of judgement?' If anyone ever comes to judge them, will they even judge their judge to be a worthy one? Current events seem to centre on your own doubt about a judgement you have previously made. Who has the right to say this was so wrong?
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Jacqueline Jossa rose to fame in 2010 when she joined the long-running hit BBC soap, EastEnders.
She took over the role of Lauren Branning, and said at the time: "I was so excited when I got the call to say I'd got the part in EastEnders.
"I've always been a massive fan of the show and it's a dream come true. The character of Lauren Branning will be really fun to play and there are some exciting things coming up."
In her four years on the show her character has dealt with alcoholism, her mother's cervical cancer, the murder of her good friend Lucy Beale, and an affair with her cousin.
In 2012, Jacqueline won Best Newcomer at the National Television Awards, and she was nominated three times for soap's sexiest female at the British Soap Awards, before winning the title at the Inside Soap Awards in 2014.
In August 2014, the 22-year-old actress announced that she was expecting her first baby with boyfriend Dan Osborne. In a joint statement the pair said they were "thrilled by our news", while a spokesperson for EastEnders also offered their congratulations to the mum-to-be.
"Everyone at EastEnders is thrilled for Jacqueline," the rep said.