TV favourite Jacqueline Jossa has revealed her health and fitness goals for the future.
The I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! 2019 winner, 27, took to Instagram tonight to reveal her plans to convert her garage into a new home gym.
This comes after Jacqueline made recent posts about body positivity on her account.
The new videos begin with Jossa introducing herself by revealing in a rather relatable fashion that she has been wearing the same t-shirt all day before she then described her new home improvement plans.
Jacqueline said on her Insta Story : "So, we getting our garage sorted, basically turning it into a little bit of a gym so that I can stop being such a lazy sloth and sort my life out a little bit."
She added: "I would rather do it at home. I don't love the gym."
Jossa also promised to deliver a before and after picture for her fans to comment on.
Continuing her address to her followers, the former EastEnders star also revealed that she would be relaunching her YouTube channel after fixing her camera.
Despite admitting that she can "chat for England", Jac confessed that she needed some help in other areas if she is to make her channel a success.
"I'm just not good at the technical side of it," she stated, "I feel like I need help with the technical side of it."
Jacqueline later shared some images of herself and husband Dan Osborne's garage before and after the clear-out, with the second image after their hard work featuring the couple posing triumphantly.
Former The Only Way Is Essex star Dan has already shared some picturesque snaps of the pair reclining together on a boat with the Dubai skyline in the background as they enjoyed a recent break away from Blighty.
Additionally, Jacqueline has posted a selfie of her looking jubilant alongside husband Dan as she captioned the photo with simply "2020" and an explosive collision emoji.
Looks like the Queen of the Jungle is feeling optimistic about – and looking to be productive in – the year ahead.
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