Jacqueline Jossa shows off her stunning weight loss in bikini swimming pool snap

JACQUELINEJossa showed off her stunning weight loss in a bikini by the swimming pool.

The former EastEnders star, 28, has just returned from a sun-kissed holiday in Portugal along with thousands of British holidaymakers rushing to the airport to beat the quarantine after the country was taken off the green list.

Jacqueline looked stunning and body confident in a selection of flattering swimwear from her In The Style collection.

She oozed glam in a colourful two piece with a bikini crop top that showed off her impressive weight loss.

The mum-of-two looked elegant in a sarong as she posed alongside her youngest daughter two-year-old Mia.

She had flown to Portugal for a half-term break with husband Dan Osborneand their daughters Ella, six and Mia.

In another shot she showed off her natural beauty posing for a poolside selfie without a scrap of make-up on.

Jac looked radiant in the picture with her hair styled into a bun.

She looked glam in an asymetric swimsuit from her own swimwear collection.

She simply captioned the shot on Instagram: "We all have a choice."

The I'm A Celeb winner told fans she was keen for lockdown to lift, after she invited her followers to 'Ask her anything.'

She wrote: "Hurry up! " adding, "It's been way too long now. We need to get back to normal life.

"I'm grateful for the lifting we have had so far.

"It's been lovely to see family inside and in gardens etc. It's just crazy to think any of this has actually happened. My mind is blown."

Meanwhile Jac kept it real with fans as she told them just how she made her body looked so good in photos with a lighting tip.

One fan simply told her that she is "body goals" following her incredible swimwear shoot.

However, Jacqueline told her fans it's all about position and lighting as she compared two photos side-by-side.

She captioned the pics: "It's really not it's all about lighting and how you hold yourself, and I love high waisted clothing always lol."

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