Queen of the Jungle Jacqueline Jossa has informed fans that she is "pro-choice" and not an anti-vaxxer after her husband Dan Osbourne expressed that he would not be taking the Covid vaccine.
Jacqueline, 28, who recently enjoyed a holiday to Portugal defended her decision to go on the trip and made her feelings clear regarding the vaccination.
Taking to Instagram, the mother of two boldly said: "I’m not anti vac . I am pro-choice. Read that again."
When asked directly by one of her followers why she decided to go on holiday, the brunette babe replied: "Because it was ok to do so. I was allowed, mad I have to say I was allowed… like countries now have traffic light systems. Mad. I wanted to, my life, my choice.
"All the procedures were in place, it was completely safe. All negative tests and forms filled in. Don’t worry my hun."
Jacqueline and her reality star husband Dan had previously stayed at a luxury villa with their daughters Ella, six, and Mia, two.
However, Dan returned home early to spend time with his oldest son Teddy.
But on his return, the former TOWIE star expressed his opinions on the vaccine and the reason why he would not be having the jab.
Dan said: "I've said it from day one. People are going to have a go at me, but the whole thing is about money. The whole damn thing.
"I've had hundreds, maybe thousands of messages about kids getting the vaccination.
"Personally that s*** isn't even going in me – never mind my kids."
He then went on to add that people need to do their research before they decide to get the vaccination.
He declared: "People do your research, it's not good.
"That's just my opinion, it's my Instagram I should be able to say what I want."
Wife Jacqueline, who has now returned home from her sunny holiday seems to also agree with her husband's sentiments.
Sharing her support the star penned: "We all have a choice," while sharing a picture of herself beside a pool to her Instagram followers.
But Jacqueline's comments caused backlash which led her to turn off her comments as a result.
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