Jacqueline Jossa has shared a glimpse at her very impressive garden at her £1.2million home, equipped with a jacuzzi and bar area.
The mum-of-two, 29, moved into her dream home with hubby Dan Osborne last year and the pair have spent time giving it a glow-up.
Now, it looks like the garden is ready for the summer, as well as being the perfect place for the kids to play.
Sharing a peek, Jac toured her legion of fans around the huge space while explaining all the aspects.
A huge trampoline can be seen in view, as well as a Love Island-esque seating area in grey, with a fire pit in the middle.
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Jacqueline explained that the trampoline was “expensive” but “bounces really well” and told fans she found it by searching for safe trampolines.
The former EastEnders actress could be heard sharing her plans for the jacuzzi area, saying: “Got this jacuzzi and we’re also going to do a flower wall all the way around so that this area looks really pretty.”
The garden also boasts a large gym which is yet to be completed, and an impressive bar.
Jacqueline has bought a new bar table, stools and sofa for the huge space, which features a TV and exposed brick wall.
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Jacqueline and Dan, who share daughters Ella and Mia, picked up the keys to their 'forever home' last March and previously unveiled the home's modern makeover on their dedicated house Instagram account.
The home boasts all sorts of snazzy features, including a Lego room for avid Lego fan Dan, 31.
Speaking of her new 'cosy' living room, she explained: "The back bit is sort of a tile sort of effect, it comes in like bigger versions. It's not like tiny little thin pieces – it's like a puzzle sort of thing."
The star also explained that it took "four to five" days to complete the entire unit along with installing the modern fireplace.
There’s an impressive cinema room too in the huge home, and plenty of space for the children to play, with all of their toys kept in new toy boxes.
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