Jacqueline Jossa and husband Dan Osborne look the picture of happiness during family day out with their children

Jacqueline Jossa and husband Dan Osborne enjoyed some quality family time together this weekend.

Heading to the premiere of Toy Story 4 together with their children, Ella, four, and Mia, 11 months, the married couple couldn’t have looked happier.

Getting into the spirit, the family dressed up for the occasion, with the pair’s eldest daughter Ella wearing a full Little Bo-Peep costume.

As always, the mum of two looked effortlessly stylish in a dressed down ensemble – teaming a red midi skirt with snakeskin trainers and a white leather jacket.

Scraping her hair off her face with a white headband, the 26 year old beamed for the camera as she posed for photos alongside her family.

Doting dad Dan looked as handsome as ever as he affectionately held his youngest daughter in his arms.

Last week, the former EastEnders actress opened up about potentially having more children.

In an interview with new! magazine, Jacqueline revealed she hasn’t ruled out expanding her brood in future.

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She said: “It’s a funny one. Right now, absolutely not! But eat the end of the day, I’m only 27, so it’s a hard question to answer.

“How would I know? I can’t even answer what I’ll be doing, in like, four years’ time.”

It comes after the soap star revealed how her marriage to Dan is a “work in progress” after a turbulent year.

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Dan was previously forced to deny cheating allegations after he was pictured on a night out with Love Island’s Alexandra Cane.

She confirmed to the publication: “We have always been [strong].

"It’s hard to explain it because no one would understand until you’re living it. It’s a work in progress and nothing is perfect.”

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