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Jacqueline Jossa and her husband Dan Osborne celebrated finally collecting the keys to their new £1.2 million home in Essex with daughters Ella, six, and Mia, two, last week.
And sources claim the couple are hoping the move into their dream home will mark a new beginning for their marriage and family after a challenging year.
“It’s a new start,” a source told newmagazine. “It’s a project they can do together, create that family home and try to push away all the negativity that comes from the past. It’s all just a good positive start for them both. You move house to start afresh and they can get away from all the bad memories.”
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Last summer, Jacqueline temporarily moved out, admitting she was “struggling” in their marital home. At the time, she said: “I had really been struggling (haven’t we all!?) lately and, as I said the other day, I’ve just needed some time and breathing space.”
Months later, she revealed she had even sought therapy to help her through her issues, explaining: “I felt like there was a lot of pressure on me. I couldn’t be in the same house as Dan. Therapy is a really good thing.”
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The couple have had their fair share of ups and downs since marrying in 2017. Dan faced numerous cheating rumours, which he adamantly denied until confessing last summer that he had “made mistakes” in the marriage.
“I’ve done things I shouldn’t have done. Me and Jac have spoken about that and she has forgiven me,” he explained.
“Dan and Jacqueline have opened up about the past and got it off their chests,” new's source claimed.
“It’s all about trying to move from the old behaviours and into something new. With the pandemic, it either makes you or breaks you because you’re spending a lot more time with your loved one. Dan and Jacqueline feel that despite everything, this has made them.”
Now the pair are hard at work transforming their dream forever home together, and they are both excited for the future.
new's source added: “It’s good that they can buy something together, which means it’s theirs and not just one or the other’s.
"It’s a new project they can work on together and create the home that they want it to be. It’s all looking positive for them and they are super excited for the future.”
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