JACQUELINE Jossa says her kids were well behaved and adapted really well to life in lockdown.
The former EastEnders actress, 27, gushed about her daughters, Ella, 5, and Mia, 2, saying she felt “so proud” of them.
Jac admitted one of the worst parts of lockdown was “not being able to let the kids have their freedom.”
She said: “I really felt for them, but they were honestly so so amazing and dealt with it brilliantly. I couldn’t be prouder.”
The family including husband Dan Osbourne and his son, Teddy, 6, from a previous relationship have spent “lots of sunny days in the garden” during lockdown.
Jac said: “We’ve been so lucky with the weather…. making dens and watching movies.
“We set up a big screen in the garden with bean bags and blankets, the kids have been so well behaved throughout – I really feel for all the little ones who have been stuck at home rather than out playing with their friends and going to school.
“We’ve gone on walks, we’ve baked, coloured – I’m all home schooled out.”
The I’m A Celeb winner was also juggling working from home and being a mum.
While in lockdown, her latest range for In The Style was released and broke the brand’s sale records.
“I worked a lot from home throughout lockdown too – it was a busy time,” Jac explained.
“I think all parents can relate to juggling even at the best of times, lockdown has proved just how busy our lives are.
“I’ve got some exciting projects coming up which i’m currently helping bring to life. I think the rest of this year I’ll be grateful for everything that comes my way. “
One of her exciting projects includes teaming up with Peperami to take part in the brand’s #MeatTheBeat campaign – a series of challenges running across social media until the end of September.
She joins other celebs, Britain’s Got Talent superstars, Ashely Banjo and Perri Kiely, and football freestyler, Liv Cooke, to show the nation what is means to have ‘flava’.
They’ll go head to head with each other and the rest of the nation.
The celebs will face off on TikTok with Jac admitting she loved learning a dance routine from Ashley.
She said: “I love Tik Tok, after the Jungle my Tik Tok blew up!!
“I couldn’t believe it…I’ve never considered myself an influencer but I do a lot of work through my Instagram, so it’s interesting now to move over to Tik Tok and take part in projects happening on there.
“Ashley Banjo is such an amazing choreographer, he’s a legend, so I was really up for learning this dance challenge created by him.”