Jacqueline Jossa says ‘if you don’t have a garden, tough’ as she slams ‘f**king stupid’ people not self-isolating

Jacqueline Jossa has slammed "f**king stupid" people ignoring guidelines and refusing to social distance during the UK's lockdown.

The 27 year old is adhering to government guidelines by staying inside her home with her husband Dan Osborne, 28, and their two daughters Ella, five, and Mia, one.

But she has hit out at people who have failed to stay indoors, and warned people the lockdown will continue for months if they don't start doing their bit.

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Former EastEnders star Jacqueline took to Instagram over the weekend to share her frustration with her 2.7million followers as she soaked up the sun in her back garden.

She said: "So, have people just forgot that we're going through all of this?

"I don't know. I just, obviously… you can't go round your mates' house, you can't have big family groups, you can't have barbecues with 20 people or 10 people even, just stay in your homes with the people you are self-isolating with.

"Just stay indoors and keep safe. Just because it's hot outside, if you haven't got a garden it's one of them things, it's tough.

"Maybe do your one day exercise, just take a walk or something but like just stay indoors otherwise I'm not even joking we're going to be doing this for f**king ages. It will be months and months and months of lockdown which is just savage.

"We don't know how long it's going to be anyway but if we know that what we can do to prevent it…at least shorten the amount of time that we're in lockdown, we should be doing that so people can see their families.

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"So people can have their weddings they've planned for three years, people can go on holidays they've spent good money on, people can get back to work and start earning money again.

"Like, it's not a joke for everybody else suffering and sitting at home missing their family and friends and then other people are just like sitting there in a park with all their mates.

"I read somewhere that someone was having a house party, oh my God. There should be stricter rules for those people that are so f**king stupid to have house parties when we're in the state that we are in," she continued.

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Jacqueline also shared a gorgeous image of herself with her eldest daughter as they enjoyed time together in their back garden.

The actress donned a green swimsuit while her firstborn looked adorable a bright pink swimsuit featuring prints of unicorns.

She simply captioned the image: "My mini me" alongside a red love heart emoji as Ella wrapped an arm around Jacqueline's neck in the gorgeous snap.

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