Jacqueline Jossa and her fiancé Dan Osborne took some rare time off parenting duty to enjoy a thrilling date at Thorpe Park. The couple left their daughter Ella at home as they attended the opening of a new ride, Darren Brown's Ghost Train.
Jacqueline, 23, went casual for her date, opting for ripped jeans, a tank top and a denim jacket. She put on a loved-up display as she was snapped affectionately posing with her fiancé at the amusement park.
The EastEnders beauty was momentarily sidetracked when she came face-to-face with Rupert Grint, otherwise known as Ron Weasley from the Harry Potter film series.
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Dan Osborne and Jacqueline Jossa went casual for their day date
Jacqueline couldn't resist a photo opp and took to Instagram to write: "So this happened. I met one of my faves and he was so polite and lovely, not that I could even speak to him (too nervous) but Daniel asked him for me t'was a dream!"
She also shared another snap with her husband-to-be, writing: "Really enjoyed Derren Browns ghost train! Was such a laugh! I was very very scared, great actors!"
Ahead of their date, Jacqueline posted a sweet selfie with Dan, which she simply captioned "this man" alongside a string of heart emojis.
The actress admitted to being starstruck as she met Rupert Grint
The couple, who got engaged last year, are going from strength to strength and are focusing on planning their wedding, not to mention looking after their adorable little girl Ella.
Jacqueline and Dan celebrated their daughter's first birthday a few months ago, with a pink-themed party at home filled with characters from childhood classics such as Minnie Mouse.
Jacqueline and Dan have a one-year-old daughter Ella together
The actress, who has returned to EastEnders following her maternity leave, also recently opened up about being a working mum.
"Going back to the show and leaving Ella behind will be tough," she told the Daily Star. "I can't go from seeing her every day to nothing, but I'm going to try and make it work. Dan will come to my work with her. And if I've got time I'll try to go back home to spend time with her."