Former EastEnders actress Jacqueline Jossa has showcased her beautiful singing voice in a video.
Jacqueline, who played Lauren Branning from 2010 till 2018, posted the video to her Instagram page.
Jacqueline captioned the video: "When you are done painting and need a singing break. She used to be mine."
When you are done painting and need a singing break.
The 26-year-old sang the song She used to be mine, by Sara Bareilles.
Fans rushed to comment on her video. One wrote: "Omg! I didn't know you could sing like that! You'd be good in musical theatre."
A second commented: "Beautiful voice."
A third added: "Stunningly beautiful."
Jacqueline's alter ego Lauren left Albert Square last year after the death of her sister Abi.
Both Lauren and Abi fell off the roof of The Vic on Christmas day 2017 trying to help their dad Max down.
Lauren survived with only a fractured leg, however pregnant Abi was declared brain stem dead and her family were told she would never wake up.
Abi's baby girl was delivered prematurely, however Abi eventually had her life support machine turned off and she died.
Lauren left Albert Square after her sister's funeral.
Since leaving EastEnders, Jacqueline gave birth to her second daughter, Mia, in June last year.
Lauren is also mum to daughter Ella born in 2015 and stepmother to husband Dan Osborne's son Teddy.
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