Jacqueline Jossa and her daughter Ella may have accidentally let slip that the actress is expecting another daughter.
In a now deleted YouTube video, Jacqueline is thought to have referred to her baby as ‘she’ while fans say Ella referred to her unborn sibling as “sister” in a previous Instagram story.
On a recent Instagram photo Jacqueline posted after the footage was deleted, fans have started speculating whether she’s having a girl.
The picture sees the former EastEnders star showcasing her growing baby bump in a pair of silk pyjamas.
One person wrote: “[Jacqueline] did slip up and say she, then she paused and spoke about something else. I watched the video.”
Another commented: “There’s a video online where you refer to your baby as she and then deleted the video?” while a third said: “I noticed that Ella mentioned a sister in one of her stories before too.”
Last month, Jacqueline and husband Dan Osborne confirmed that they know the sex of the baby but they aren’t telling anyone!
In a video for her YouTube channel, she replied to a fan who asked: “Do you think you’re having a boy or girl?”
Jacqueline said: “It’s really hard to say because I already know. So I cannot answer that question!”
In her latest vlog, Jacqueline said she keeps forgetting that she’s pregnant because there’s less fuss this time around.
The 25-year-old said as well as having fewer midwife appointments, she reckons even friends aren’t as excited.
She said: “I feel like last time, I was constantly having midwife appointments, constantly being told what is right and wrong, constantly told to do certain things, and to count the kicks and things like that.”
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“I don’t know whether it’s anyone else out there, when it happens a second time, it’s sort of like ‘been there, done that’ a little bit,” she added.
“I’m just forgetting it’s even happening, to be honest!”
Jacqueline and former TOWIE star Dan are already parents to daughter Ella, three, and Dan has a son Teddy, four, from a previous relationship.