Jacqueline Jossa flaunts figure in swimsuit in behind-the-scenes snaps

When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Invalid EmailJacqueline Jossa looked simply stunning as she shared behind-the-scenes clips from her tanning collection. The mother-of-two launched her first collection of fake tan with BPerfect Cosmetics, featuring 1 hour express tanning mouse. And showing off her incredible figure in a gorgeous patterned swimsuit, the 27 year old shared her tanning routine after launching the product.

Jacqueline Jossa shared behind-the-scenes snaps from her tanning range collection
(Image: Jacqueline Jossa/Instagram)

Using the product to tan her legs, Jacqueline looks sun kissed as she flaunts her figure in black and white leopard print swimwear while wearing her golden hair naturally wavy. It comes after Jacqueline was forced to hit back after being branded a “plus size model”. Jacqueline insisted she doesn’t consider herself plus sized or a model, and it was an article that gave her that label.

Jacqueline Jossa looked stunning in a swimsuit
(Image: Jacqueline Jossa/Instagram)

Speaking in a video, which she posted on her Instagram story, Jacqueline told her three million followers: “Hey guys, I just want to address something. Yesterday I got quite a few DMs of people saying to me, ‘You’re not plus-sized, why do you call yourself plus-sized. I’m much bigger than you, how do you think that makes me feel?’ “Understood. I don’t call myself plus-size. I’m not plus-size. I’m like size 12.“ Jacqueline, who is considering having a third child with Dan Osborne, added: “[An article] said I am embracing my new plus-sized model body or whatever it was.

Jacqueline Jossa flaunted her incredible figure in the clips
(Image: Jacqueline Jossa/Instagram)

“One, I’m not a model. Two, I’m not a plus-sized model. And I think they took what I said out of context from a story about four months ago. “I basically responded to another article about another article, saying: ‘Oh listen I keep getting called plus-size, it’s not something I ever really thought that I was or ever felt like it needed to be addressed. I don’t see myself as plus-size, I’m not a plus-size model.’” She continued: “If people do wanna call me plus-size I’m fully here for it because there’s nothing wrong with being a slightly larger woman or a slightly smaller woman, whatever it is.

Jacqueline Jossa hit back over ‘plus size model’ remarks

“So people take these things too seriously and put words in my mouth.” Jacqueline passionately insisted: “I don’t ever call myself a plus-size model, nor do people I know. I’m not a plus-size model, of course I’m not. “I’m not a model for God’s sake. I hate the word plus-size, I hate it. I think it’s just really s**t.”
Jacqueline Jossa and Dan Osborne

Brushing off the comments, Jacqueline, who previously said she struggled to dress her normal figure, added: “So, yeah, peace and love. That’s where I’m at right now wth the whole situation. I’m a size 12 and I don’t claim to be any other and I’m not ashamed of how I look. I like my size 12 body, I like my size 14 a**e so it is what is f**king is – excuse the language there. “I’m here for it. Would I like to be slimmer? Probably! Can I not eat pancakes for breakfast? No. So, do you know what I mean, swings and roundabouts. “I’m trying to be healthier. I often have moments of trying to be healthier but I get good pictures and I’m not offended.

Jacqueline Jossa and husband Dan Osborne
(Image: Instagram/Jacqueline Jossa)

“Even in my pap pictures where I look bigger, I’m like: ‘Nah I’m in proportion.’ I’m never hating on my body and I think people get p**sed off with that. Soz.” Jacqueline continued: “Also I never asked to be this size 12, inclusive… I never asked to be that, I just am so I do embrace it. I’m not gonna shy away from it and be offended that people are gonna call me real and normal. “Do I see myself like that? No… well yeah I do se myself as normal. I don’t feel I need to label it, like, ‘oh she’s so real, she so inclusive. She goes makeup free, she doesn’t care what she looks like’. I do feel like I tend to do the best of both worlds but I’m not trying to.”
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