Jacqueline Jossa’s adorable toddler Mia starts her own acting classes

Jacqueline Jossa is already thinking about her daughter Mia's future.

The former EastEnders star, 27, who runs her own performing arts academy, has ensured her toddler is enrolled in classes to follow in her mother's footsteps of becoming an actress.

I'm A Celeb winner Jac took to her Instagram account to share her happiness of Mia beginning acting lessons on Monday.

Alongside a sweet snap of the one-year-old girl, she penned: "Could she be any cuter!! Her first little lessons at @jacjossa_academy I’m so proud."

She then made a shout out to her husband Dan Osbourne, as she added: "Wow mr @danosborneofficial we make cute kids!"


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Mia was dressed for her class in one of the official academy sweaters under a pink jacket.

Jacqueline recently talked about the mounting pressures of working a lot more while being a mum.

She spoke to her fans via an Instagram video posted to her account where she addressed the balancing her mummy duties with her newly-rejuvenated career in the limelight – after winning I'm A Celeb.


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Her InTheStyle collection sold out in six minutes on Thursday which broke records for the fashion brand after they were rumoured to have enlisted the help of Jac for a six-figure sum.

She said: "I am working a lot more. The collection went really well."

But with working a lot more, Jacqueline confessed she was "tired" and it was "super hard being a working mum".


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The mother-of-two is determined to spend "as much time with the kids" Ella and Mia, even while she was picking up more work.

She told her fas: "I must take it easy and must take as much time with kids; it's all about balance.

"It's super hard being a working mum, it's not part time."

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