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Jacqueline Jossa shares unseen pictures of her crying in her wedding dress

The EastEnders actress posts sweet snaps of the moment she found her wedding dress, with help from her daughter

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Jacqueline Jossa has shared some never before seen pictures of the moment she first tried on her dream wedding dress.

The EastEnders actress, who wed TOWIE hunk Dan Osborne back in June, was in tears in the snaps, as she knew she’d found “the one”.

And Jacqueline revealed her two-year-old daughter Ella helped her pick out the perfect gown.

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The 24-year-old is pictured in the store’s dressing room, trying on the gorgeous gown for the first time and looking at herself in the mirror while young Ella holds the train.

And in another snap, overcome with emotion and crying, Jacqueline has picked the toddler up to embrace her in a huge hug.

Sharing the intimate pictures on Instagram, Jacqueline wrote: “Way back when I found my wedding dress and just knew this was the one!!

“My Ella helped me and it was the first one she took any notice of. I cried and had ‘the moment’ ooo take me back.”

After being engaged for over two years, Jacqueline and Dan, 26, finally tied the knot on June 24th at the 100-acre Delamere Manor in Cheshire, which was once owned by Gary Barlow.

They did a magazine deal for the wedding pictures, which showed the couple enjoying the festivities alongside their friends and family and many of Jac’s EastEnders co-stars.

The bride – who plays troubled Lauren Branning – later posted a photo with her and some of the cast online, thanking them for going along to her special day.

In the shot she is seen laughing with Shaheen Jafargholi (Shakil Kazemi), Aaron Sidwell, who played her on-screen fiancé Stephen Beale, Dean Gaffney (Robbie Jackson) and Jake Wood, who plays Lauren’s dad Max.

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Jacqueline looked stunning in her white satin dress, which she wore with a long-sleeved lace bodice for the ceremony but removed for party time later that night.

The floor-length gown featured a full skirt and train, and a fitted corset to show off her tiny waist, with an overlay of scalloped lace up to her collarbone and long delicate lace sleeves.