Jacqueline Jossa Shatters Split Rumors with Dan Osborne Amid Wedding Ring Absence!

Jacqueline Jossa smashes rumours of a split from Dan Osborne after missing wedding ring

Lauren stood opposite Linda on the market with her arms folded in EastEnders

Jacqueline Jossa plays Lauren Branning on the soap (Picture: BBC)

EastEnders star Jacqueline Jossa has squashed rumours that she and partner Dan Osborne have split.

The Lauren Branning actress, 31, had fans talking after they thought they spotted a clue online.

Rumours of a split came after when she posted a wholesome family photo of her on Easter weekend, however her husband and former Towie star Dan was nowhere to be seen, and Jacqueline also posed without her wedding ring.

In her recent Instagram Story snap the soap star shared a picture of Dan alongside their three children.

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‘Can’t stop thinking about this show!’ she wrote.

‘I wake up thinking about it [laugh-crying emojis].

Dan Osborne and children on Jacqueline Jossa's Instagram Story
The star revealed that everything is fine between her and Dan (Picture: Instagram)

‘Thank you @danosborneofficial for taking us and continuing to give us amazing memories with the babies. Excited for this half term to make some more!’

This comes after Jacqueline opened up about her 14-year battle with anxiety.

Jacqueline Jossa, Mia Osborne, Dan Osborne and Ella Osborne
The star shares her two daughters with Dan (Picture: Getty Images)

Speaking about her anxiety, she added to The Sun: ‘Sometimes I’ll be in my bath and think, ‘Isn’t it crazy that I’m in a bath, in a bathroom, in a house, on a street, in a town, in a city, in a country, with water around me then I’m on a planet and then I’m in a galaxy.

‘And I realise that I’m just a dot on this planet and there’s so much more and that always brings me back down. It just makes me think, ‘This too shall pass, you’re going to be OK.’

Lauren originally left the Square back in 2018 with Louie after sister Abi’s death, to start a new life in New Zealand, where her on-off boyfriend Peter Beale (Thomas Law) lived.

Lauren did return for her grandma Dot Cotton’s funeral back in December 2022, and we saw her earlier this year when she discovered Cindy Beale (Michelle Collins) was alive and living in France with Peter and his dad Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt).

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