Jacqueline Jossa was not the only person upset by her "unfair" Loose Women interview on Tuesday. The EastEnders star's fiancé Dan Osborne has spoken out to say that he "felt bad" that Jacqueline had to answer questions about his previous relationship with Megan Tomlinson and said it was time to move on from discussing his ex.
As well as being asked whether she would invite Megan to her wedding, Jacqueline was also questioned about recordings of Dan speaking aggressively to his ex-partner, which were leaked in March 2015 – questions which Dan insists should have been posed to him and not his fiancée.
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Dan Osborne defended Jacqueline after her Loose Women interview
Taking to Twitter to share his opinions, Dan wrote: "Those questions should have been questions asked to me.. Not Jacqueline AT ALL and I think she handled it very well actually…
"Also… I said something I did not mean and in anger a year and 9 months ago! Get over ittt!!!... The bottom line is I never physically hurt anyone.. I said some things in anger in THE worst time of my life.. That's it!"
Dan continued to say that the issue was "old and boring now", adding that everyone had moved on from the dispute.
Jacqueline had previously said she was upset by the interview
"We're all happy and doing great, all moved on… So now time for those last few people to do that too," Dan wrote. "I felt bad for Jac if anything, she was actually looking forward to going on the show to talk about getting back to work and our daughter."
Dan spoke out in defence of his partner after she had revealed she had been told that her Loose Women appearance would focus on her life as a young mother and her return from maternity leave. Insisting that she didn't want to "dwell on the past", Jacqueline said she wouldn't have gone on the show if she knew what she would be asked about.
The 23-year-old has since been inundated with support from her followers on social media, and retweeted a number of other messages, including one that told her: "You handled it so well".