Jacqueline Jossa has powerful ‘Beyoncé moment’ in stunning pyjama snap as she splits from husband Dan Osborne – The Sun

JACQUELINE Jossa told fans she was having a "Beyoncé moment" as she returned to social media today with a glam pyjama snap after splitting from husband Dan Osborne.

The mum-of-two, 27, showed off the latest in her PJ range with In The Style, posing in her bedroom, alongside daughter Mia and Ella.

Modelling a spotted lilac two-piece, Jacqueline's voluminous hair looked to be blowing in the air a bit like Queen Bey.

She wrote: "Having my very own Beyoncé moment this morning with 😂 Guys my PJ’s are back!!! (Well nearly) They’re launching Monday at 6pm on the @inthestyle app!!

"Honestly so grateful to you all supporting my collections, they sold out in minutes last time so make sure you’ve got the app to get your fave pieces! 💕."

Tonight The Sun exclusively revealed Jacqueline and Dan had split after tensions between them became “unworkable” in lockdown.

The ex-EastEnders star, 27, left the couple’s £1million home with their two young children.

A source said: “Jac and Dan have had their problems but lockdown magnifies everything. She needs breathing space.”

The couple’s seven-year ­relationship has been dogged by claims he was unfaithful with a string of girls.

And the tensions of being shut in for two months have taken their toll — making them the first celebrity couple to break up during the virus pandemic.

Jacqueline, 27, is believed to have moved in with her parents.

Former Towie star Dan, 28, is understood to be looking after his son from a previous relationship. The couple remain in contact and hope to “reassess” their relationship after further easing of the tough isolation measures.

A source told The Sun on Sunday: “Jac and Dan have had their fair share of problems for the past couple of years but obviously lockdown magnifies everything.

“There’s still a lot of love there but quite simply, Jacqueline needs some breathing space.

“It’s been an incredibly tense past few months and post-jungle Jacqueline has been in trauma dealing with all the speculation surrounding their relationship.”

Just days ago Jacqueline revealed she was quitting social media as she needed to "take some time" after not posting for days.

The former Queen of the Jungle – who regularly updates her 2.7million followers on life with husband Dan Osborne – took to Instagram to announce she's stepping back from the site.

Jacqueline shared a picture of herself in the sunshine, saying: "Good morning! 💞🙌🏼 Holding back on posting as much recently just taking some time✌️.

"Hope you are all good! Speak soon! Xx."

She also turned the comments off on the post.

The break came weeks after the ex-EastEnders star was forced to hit back at trolls, who commented on her greasy hair.

Jacqueline – who shares daughters Ella, five, and Mia, one, with husband Dan – shared a direct message from a follower who asked: "Did you fry the egg in your greasy hair?"

Refusing to ignore the nasty comment, Jacqueline decided to reply: "Yeah b***h I did."

The star then showed fans what she'd said back, adding: "Trolls make me giggle."

Jacqueline added: "Also, my hair isn't actually greasy…

"I've got suncream and face oil on, so…"

Last year, Jacqueline opened up on the trolling she received soon after landing the role of Lauren Branning on EastEnders.

The star replaced original actress Madeline Duggan in the role back in 2010 – and revealed the promotional image BBC bosses used of her sparked backlash.

Sharing that photo alongside a more recent selfie, Jacqueline reflected on the impact the comments had on her at the age of 17.

She wrote: “10 years ago I landed the BEST job in the world! Loved ever second of it, this picture changed my life.

“I used to hate this picture so much, I got trolled so, so badly: ‘The new fat Lauren Branning’, ‘Why recast and then get someone so much uglier, and what is the hair cut?’

“I admit I really hate the hair cut now, but jeez ppl can be mean, and to a 17 year old girl, words hurt a lot!”

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