Jacqueline Jossa says she will renew wedding vows with Dan Osborne as she denies they were on the brink of divorce

JACQUELINE Jossa has revealed she wants to renew her wedding vows with husband Dan Osborne – and denied they were ever on the brink of divorce.

Speaking exclusively to The Sun, Jacqueline said the lockdowns have brought the couple, who wed in 2017, closer together.

Now she wants their daughters Ella, five, and Mia, two, as well as Dan's son Teddy, six, to be a part of a ceremony to mark their newfound happiness.

"The thought of it cringes me out slightly but we might do something like renew our vows when the time is right," she said. "We would like all five of us in the photos – we'd do it for the kids.

"It does feel like we have a new relationship though, so it might be quite nice to celebrate that."

While many couples have been torn apart by a tough 2020, Jacqueline and Dan have never been tighter.

They enjoyed romantic date nights in the summer, even putting up an outdoor cinema screen in the garden.

She smiled: "We've basically done Netflix.

"And that hour of TV to ourselves at 10pm became the highlight of our day. It was so nice.

"We also had summer nights out in the garden, he'd have a beer, I'd have a bottle of prosecco, and we'd just sit and look up at the stars, eating strawberries dipped in melted chocolate.

"I felt we reconnected. I know lockdown was tough for so many people, but for us it was almost perfect timing."

A year on from winning I'm A Celebrity, Jacqueline has revealed she had therapy to help the couple get back on track.

Six months after briefly moving out of the couple's £1mn Essex home over false accusations Dan had cheated on her, the popular star says: "When I came out of the jungle I felt like there was a lot of pressure on me, and I couldn't deal with it the way I wanted to deal with it.

"It felt like everybody wanted to watch me fall apart. I kept it in for a while, but then over lockdown it was a really good time and place for Daniel and I to go through everything; an opportunity for us to talk through it all. For me, this meant turning to therapy.

"And because of that, I couldn't be in the same house as Dan. There was no big argument or bust-up, and there were no other girls. Moving out was literally how I had to deal with it.

"It was like when you wake up after a bad dream about someone, you need some space – that's what it was like with therapy.

"Some of the stuff I was dealing with wasn't even all about him – there were other things too that I needed to address.

"It really, really helped, especially in terms of communication, teaching us how to talk to one another better.

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