Jacqueline Jossa hits back at trolls criticising marriage to Dan Osborne: 'I won't let stupid comments dampen my sparkle'

·Contributor, Yahoo Life UK
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The pair have been plagued with cheating allegations throughout their relationship. (Getty Images)
The pair have been plagued with cheating allegations throughout their relationship. (Getty Images)

Jacqueline Jossa has hit back at trolls who criticised her seven-year relationship with Dan Osborne in comments on her social media account.

The actress, 27, warned followers she would ‘block’ anyone posting negative comments after she shared a selfie with her husband for the first time in a month, telling him to “hurry home”.

Osborne and Jossa have been married since 2017 and share two daughters together: Ella, five and Mia, two.

Their relationship has suffered a fair few ups and downs in the past, with former TOWIE star Osborne, 29, recently admitting to making 'mistakes' in an interview with The Sun following years of cheating allegations.

Osborne said: “I've made mistakes, yeah. I've done things I shouldn't have done. Me and Jac have spoken about that and she has forgiven me.”

Now, former EastEnders star Jossa has hit back at new comments referencing the couple’s troubled history, stating “the past is in the past”.

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Speaking out against trolls once and for all, Jossa wrote: “If this was a post from 2 years ago, everyone would be able to have their opinions and we would probably agree.

“The past is in the past and we have gone through a very long journey to be where we are today. Happy. Anyone that thinks differently, don’t comment negative comments unless you want to be blocked.”

She continued: “You do not know the ins and outs of what we have both been through, to get to a good place now. I am proud to be with my husband, stand strong and keep our family together.

“I will not let stupid comments pull me back to the past and dampen my sparkle!! I’m past it and you all need to be in order to follow me. Thanks!! Obvs love all you positive ppl that just get life!!️ thanking you!” [sic]

Read more: Dan Osborne admits to making ‘mistakes’ following cheating allegations

Osborne was also ready to call out those leaving negative comments underneath the post.

He wrote: “Mandy, please get yourself a life, find it really sad when people have that much time on there (sic) hands and not much life of their own that they get really invested in other people’s business.

“I feel for you but please grow up and just be a normal human, honestly being negative doesn't look good. Wish you the best & hope life gets more positive for you x.”

It seems the couple are both happy to leave the past in the past and are looking for their fans to follow the same advice.

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