Moving into your forever home may be an exciting move but Jacqueline Jossa has admitted that it's making her feel "a bit lost".
The former EastEnders actress, 28, is set to leave her Essex mansion and move into her "forever home" with husband Dan Osborne and their children; Ella, five, and Mia, two, as well as Dan's son from a previous relationship, Teddy, seven.
But the the former I'm A Celeb Queen of the Jungle has taken to social media to reveal her "mixed emotions" about the move as, while she is looking forward to the move, she will miss their £1 million property.
She admitted that the house move has brought "so much stress" and there were things that the couple hadn't prepared for.
In a sombre-looking post to her Instagram Stories on Sunday, Jacqueline said: "I'm actually really going to miss this house though, I'm excited and can't wait to move into the new [house emoji] but…. I will miss this place.
"'Having a bath tonight I felt a bit lost. I don't want to leave but I also am excited to get moving. Mixed emotions.
"So much stress and work, lots of things creeping up that we weren't prepared for. Proud of us really @danosborneofficial."
She went on to praise daughter Ella's smooth transition into a new school following the move.
"She's made such a big group of new friends," Jacqueline revealed. "Even I have met some lovely mums."
The actress signed off the message:"'Feel the fear and do it anyway x."
Earlier this month the star claimed the move hadn't been stressful and posted pictures of their new home on her social media.
She provided fans with a virtual tour of the property but alerted fans to the grim smell she said smelled like there was "potentially a dead person living under the floorboards".
She told her followers that Dan said it just smelled like "cheese".
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