Pregnant Jacqueline Jossa reveals ‘ridiculous’ parenting fears after baby scan

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  • Jacqueline Jossa has been speaking very frankly about her pregnancy, sharing some of her fears about welcoming a second child.

    In a revealing interview, the 25-year-old has admitted to having some concerns about the way her unborn child will look, after going for her 12-week check up.

    ‘That was when it really sunk in that I was pregnant. The first thing I thought was, it doesn’t look like Ella, which made me feel sad,’ she told OK! magazine.

    ‘I know it’s ridiculous because you can’t really tell what they look like from a three-month scan, but it made me feel quite emotional because Ella looks so much like me and I’m worried this baby won’t.’

    Jacqueline’s first child with ex-TOWIE star Dan Osborne, Ella, was born on 15 February 2015 and the actress regularly shares pictures of the two-year-old on social media.

    She went on to explain that she turned to the internet to reassure herself about another fear she’s been having – that she won’t feel as strong a bond with her second tot.

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    ‘I’ve been thinking a lot about how I could possibly love this child as much as Ella, but I Googled it and saw a lovely saying – mothers don’t halve their love, they double it. That put my mind at rest a bit,’ she continued.

    Jacqueline – who is also a step mum to Dan’s son Teddy from a previous relationship – announced that she was expecting again earlier this week.

    In a sweet Instagram post, the EastEnders actress exclaimed: ‘When 4 become 5! We making room for just one more ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ˜ the Osborne family is well and truly complete๐Ÿ’œ @danosborneofficial.’

    Jacqueline and Dan tied the knot in June last year at a country house formerly owned by Take That singer Gary Barlow.

    The couple began their relationship in 2013 after meeting at a glitzy awards ceremony.