Newlyweds Jacqueline Jossa and Dan Osborne looked blissfully happy as they cosied up for a photo on honeymoon.
EastEnders actress Jacqueline, 24, and ex TOWIE star husband Dan, 26, are currently sunning themselves abroad after tying the knot in a lavish ceremony at a Cheshire mansion.
The good looking couple shared a selfie to Instagram on Saturday night from their honeymoon destination, looking tanned, happy and totally chilled out.
Beaming Jacqueline captioned the snap: “Me and mine. Mr and Mrs Osborne.”
Fans were quick to send their congratulations to the new Mr and Mrs O, with one saying: “Hope you had a truly special day and enjoy a lifetime of love & memories together.”
Another said: “Can’t wait to see wedding photos, Mr and Mrs Osborne x. Congratulations!”
Jacqueline and Dan have kept their honeymoon destination under wraps for now, but have revealed daughter Ella, two, is with them.
The little girl was seen cuddled up with her mum Jac in one sweet photo, while proud dad Dan shared another image with fans showing Ella all dressed up for dinner.
Dan is also dad to son Teddy, three, from a previous relationship.
Jacqueline, who plays Lauren Branning in EastEnders, became engaged to Dan two years ago when he popped the question on a family holiday to Greece.
He dropped to one knee by the side of a cliff while a boat carrying a banner, “Will you marry me?” sailed by in the distance.
Dan later told Now magazine: “I wanted to do it in front of Jac’s friends and family because I know how much they mean to her.”
Jacqueline and Dan, who began dating in 2013, married in front of loved ones at the £7 million Delamere Mansion in Cheshire in June.
The gorgeous estate was once owned by Gary Barlow, who lived there for ten years, and even boasts its own nightclub!
Other famous faces to tie the knot at Delamere include Coronation Street’s Samia Ghadie and Strictly Come Dancing pro Sylvain Longchambon.
Jacqueline and Dan had initially planned on being wed before June but, as Jac explained in an interview last year, they ran out of time to arrange things before their original date.
“I thought we had ages to get stuff sorted, then all of a sudden it was March and we didn’t have anything booked,” she told OK magazine.
“It was a bit of a shame as we were looking forward to it.”