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Jacqueline Jossa unveiled her "dream" master bathroom on social media this week.

The former EastEnders star shared several clips and photos of the relaxing space on her dedicated home Instagram page, At Home With The Osbornes.

The bathroom's sleek design featured a porcelain white free-standing bath and floating vanity, which offset the space's slate grey tiles.

Jacqueline interestingly included led-lit recessed alcove storage behind the bath and her toilet in a dark grey subway tile while a white vertical radiator hung on the wall.

Delighted with her new bathroom, the TV star captioned the post: "MY FAVE ROOM IN THE HOUSE

"…. We love the bathroom, it’s probably my favourite bathroom in the house…"

Jacqueline Jossa unveiled her new master bathroom on Instagram on Tuesday

The star's bathroom renovation comes after the I'm a Celebrity… winner took to her Instagram on Monday showed off another project she's started in her £1.2 million Essex mansion – a bar.

The actress, who is married to former TOWIE star Dan Osborne, squealed with excitement as she showed off how far her DIY project had come along.

Her stories revealed that the space now featured a wooden L-shaped bar in place with a brick façade on one end and Jacqueline confessed she plans to include a mirrored wall as a finishing touch.

The star went on to share her joy further, and shared: "I'm pathetic aren't I? But it's exciting though isn't it?"

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The 28-year-old lives with Dan and their two children – daughters Ella, five, and Mia, two.

The mum-of-two was forced to address her husband's controversial views on the coronavirus vaccine after the 29-year-old reality TV star claimed he would not be allowing his children to get the jab.

When asked during an Instagram Q&A if she was anti-vax like her partner, she replied: "I'm not anti vac, I am pro choice. Read that again."

The Celebrity Big Brother star had taken to his social media over the weekend with a rant about the coronavirus crisis and life-saving vaccinations.

The TV star's new bathroom features a freestanding bath and a led-lit recessed alcove

Jac used the same recessed alcove trick behind her toilet – and doubled it up

Speaking to his 1.1 million followers on Instagram, the dad-of-three revealed he would not be getting jab and claimed he would not be allowing his young children too either.

Dan's recorded his diatribe in his car as he travelled home from the airport after a holiday in Portugal.

He 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**t isn't even going in me – never mind my kids. People do your research, it's not good!" the tattooed celebrity added.

Jac has been renovating her £1.2million Essex home with husband Dan Osborne. Pictured with their daughters Ella and Mia
(Image: Jacqueline Jossa/Instagram)

The former Towie star's rant came as it was estimated that almost half the population of the country have now received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine.

On Saturday, it was revealed that it's believed that out of the 68 million people that live in the UK, 40 million of those have had the vaccine.

As of this week, those aged 25 and over have been invited by the NHS to get jab as the mass vaccination of country continues.

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