Jacqueline Jossa has forgiven cheating husband Dan Osborne but warned him ‘one more strike and it’s over’ – The Sun

Jacqueline Jossa has forgiven cheating husband Dan Osborne but warned him ‘one more strike and it’s over’ – The Sun

JUNGLE Queen Jacqueline Jossa has forgiven cheating hubby Dan Osborne — but warned him: “One more strike and we’re over.”

The embattled couple put on a united front yesterday as the former EastEnders actress celebrated her I’m A Celeb win.


But it came after The Sun revealed ex-Towie star Dan, 28, had a threesome with model Chloe Ayling and US TV personality Natalie Nunn.

Jacqueline, 27, was also left reeling in the camp after Myles Stephenson told her Dan had a fling with his ex Gabby Allen.

She became the first champ in I’m A Celeb’s 19-year history not to be interviewed on another ITV show the morning after winning.

Sources said she “didn’t want to be asked about the stories about Dan”.


She told producers she wanted to spend time with Dan and their two children — and decided on a “fresh start” after lengthy talks with her husband at the Versace Hotel.

Dan also now plans to stage a second wedding with his wife.

The Sun understands he told Jacqueline about the stories written as she spent three weeks in camp.

But a pal said: “Jacqueline feels refreshed by her jungle experience, and doesn’t want anything to detract from it.


"Her and Dan had a frank chat and decided to start with a clean slate. She really loves him, and their girls, and wants to make things work.

“But equally, she’s found an inner strength she didn’t realise she had in the jungle, so has warned him any more indiscretions and he’s in trouble.”

Although Dan met Jacqueline on the bridge after she was named winner, it is not thought they had the chance to speak for another two hours.

They were then seen talking by a sun lounger as her parents looked after the kids and other celebs tucked into a free bar. Sources said it ended well with the pair “snogging”.

But producers will now need to find a way to kiss and make up with viewers.

The final pulled an average of 9.1million — more than a million viewers fewer than Sunday night’s Strictly.

Last year’s jungle final got 10.9million.


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