Jacqueline Jossa shares 'very tired' selfie with baby Ella

Like any first-time mother, Jacqueline Jossa may be finding her new role exhausting and tiring, but the pretty actress has managed to keep a smile on her face throughout. The 22-year-old, who gave birth to her daughter in February, shared a picture on Instagram of herself and little Ella, and her handsome beau Dan Osborne.

"Very tired mummy and daddy and baby Ella," Jacqueline captioned the snap, alongside a string of heart emoticons.

Jacqueline Jossa with Dan Osborne and their daughter Ella

The EastEnders star, who is better known as Lauren Branning on the soap, certainly wasn't showing any signs of sleepless nights as she cradled her baby and cosyed up to her boyfriend in the photo.

Three-month-old Ella played a starring role in the picture, gazing up at the camera in a pretty floral outfit. Her mum's followers were quick to comment on how gorgeous the little girl looked, with one fan writing "Ella looks so grown up!!" and another commenting, "Absolutely beautiful" on the family portrait.

Jacqueline and former TOWIE star Dan, who also has a four-year-old son Teddy from a previous relationship, welcomed their first child shortly after Valentine's Day. The lovebirds have been sharing snaps of their family life on Instagram and Twitter, with baby Ella making her online debut at less than three weeks old.

Jacqueline welcomed her first child in February

It seems that Dan's recent departure from the Essex-based reality TV show hasn't clouded his personal life. The hunky star was officially dropped from TOWIE in April following a suspension.

Dan was first told to take time off in March, when tapes were leaked in which he could seemingly be heard speaking aggressively to his ex-partner Megan Tomlinson, the mother of his son Teddy.

"Dan was suspended during the last series of TOWIE and Lime Pictures and ITV have since decided he will not be returning to the show," a spokeswoman confirmed to the Mirror. "We wish him luck in the future."

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