The 27-year-old I’m A Celebrity Queen of the Jungle beams with happiness as she poses with her family at the water’s edge on a beach in the sunshine.
The former EastEnders actress delved deep into her photo archives to share a second pic of her and Dan with their baby, all wearing Arsenal football shirts.
Jacqueline told her followers on Instagram : “Throw back Thursday! Wow! Oldie but goodie.”
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The actress has been urging her fans to embrace their “lumps and bumps” as she warned against the pressures of having a body like the contestants on Love Island.
She opened up on Instagram about her struggles with accepting her curvier figure since the birth of her two daughters, five-year-old Ella and 11-month-old Mia.
Writing on Instagram, Jacqueline shared: “If anyone is feeling a little gutted that they don’t look exactly like the insta models or Love Island ladies.
“Please know it’s so hard to love yourself for who you are and not find faults in many parts of yourselves.
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“Every single person has something they don’t love about themselves! I don’t look the same as I did before having two beautiful kids!”
The jungle star continued: “I now have two amazing kids and I’m curvy! I didn’t used to love it.
“It was a big change from being 21 and slim, size 8 to all of a sudden a mother and a different body all together.
“I want to thank my body, my lumps and bumps for everything! I love you! Truthfully I honestly don’t really care what people think of my body because I love it! I’m still working on it but that’s okay!”
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Jacqueline concluded: “I never thought I would feel sexy after having two kids, thought it would be the end of the road for bikinis etc! Yolo!!”
She went on to address the producers of Love Island and ask that the ITV2 show features more body diversity in future series.
The actress, who shot to fame as Lauren Branning in EastEnders in 2010, wrote: “Would be nice to see some more curvy ladies on Love Island this year.
“They are all beaut and every size is beautiful! I just think we should celebrate every size a little more. Some men like a curvy gal.”