Jacqueline Jahan has revealed that husband Dan Osborne chucked cold water on her to get her out of the mood.
The I’m A Celeb winner said she loves a fine row — but after four years of marriage the couple has rarely been torn apart.
Instead, 28-year-old Jacqueline said former Tovy hunk Dan, 30, makes sure he gets the last laugh when he locks horns.
The former EastEnders actress said: “I’m still pitiful in arguments and I’m pathetic and I’m like, come on, be a bigger person. But I don’t know if I could be.
“I like logic sometimes. I think it’s the dramatization in me, where I’m no longer doing EastEnders, yelling and screaming all the time, but we’ve got over it for good now.
“The other day he lashed out at me, that’s how we argued! I was in a bad mood over him and he was like ‘I know how (sort of)’.
“And soon after I took a shower he threw cold water at me. Now we argue like this, we don’t have the energy to do that big jerk argument anymore, we don’t.”
The couple married in 2017 and share daughters Ella, six, and Mia, three.
Shortly after her I’m A Celeb stint in 2019, Jacqueline, who played Lauren Branning in EastEnders, admitted that she gave “hell” to her husband over the unfounded rumors that he cheated on her Was.
She told Lorraine on her chat show, “It’s been two years since I basically gave him the hell and it’s not like he’s lightened up at all.”
Recalling the time she was “angry” with Dan, the TV star told Vicki Pattison on the latest episode of the podcast The Secret Two: “I blocked Daniel on Instagram because I was angry, And it makes you unfollow each other!
“So I was unfollowing him, and it all went out to the press and it’s like Jacqueline Jossa unfollowing Dan Osborne. I’m like, ‘Argh, why did I do that?’ When we’re on the couch eating pizza and we’re fine.”
The pair reunited last year after a brief split, and Jack revealed that the couple underwent therapy to save their marriage.
She said last year: “I kept at it for a while, but then during the lockdown it was a really good time and place for Danielle and I to go through everything – for us to talk about it all.” Opportunity. For me, this meant turning to therapy.
“And because of that, I couldn’t live in the same house as Dan. There was no big argument or bustle, and no other girls. Going out was really how I had to deal with it.
“It was like when you wake up after a nightmare about someone – you need some space. Such was the case with therapy.
“Some of the things I was dealing with weren’t even about them. There were other things that I needed to address.”
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