Jacqueline Jossa has revealed that she is overhauling her diet.
On Wednesday evening, the mother-of-two, 28, took to her Instagram Story to reveal that in a bid to “feel better” about herself she has turned to pre-made meals that she says will be easy for her to enjoy with her busy schedule.
As she sat in her kitchen with a tasty meal in front of her, she told: “Guys I have started my meal prep again after being constantly on the go and on the move I just need to sort it out, sort it out, sort it out. I was really enjoying it before.
“This meal company is called Lionprep it’s the best one I have ever used, it is so gorgeous and tastes unbelievable.”
Revealing how the former I’m A Celeb winner – who recently shared that she is not “ashamed” of her size 12 figure – is hoping the diet can make her feel better ahead of her West End debut in A Christmas Carol, she added: “It is really easy to take out and about when I am busy on the West End – terrifyingly- it is good to have something easy on the go.
“Super healthy, low carbs. I want to feel better about myself so Just thought I would keep you updated about that.”
In September, the actress hit out at being called plus size when she is only a size 12-14.
She received a string of angry messages from fans who asked her why she called herself plus size, but she denied that she considers herself this.
She explained that she had been called it, and knows that she doesn’t fit this label.
Speaking on Instagram, she said: “Yesterday I got quite a few DMs of people saying to me, ‘You’re not plus-sized, why do you call yourself plus-sized. I’m much bigger than you, how do you think that makes me feel?’
“Understood. I don’t call myself plus sized. I’m not plus-sized. I’m like size 12.”
She went on: “[An article] said I am embracing my new plus-sized model body or whatever it was.
“One, I’m not a model. Two, I’m not a plus-sized model.”
Jacqueline continued: “I don’t see myself as plus sized, I’m not a plus-sized model.
“But if people want to call me plus-sized, then I’m fully here for it, because there’s nothing wrong with being a slightly larger woman, or slightly smaller, whatever it is.”
She added: “I hate the word the plus-sized, I really do, I think it’s really sh*t.
“I’m a size 12 and I don’t claim to be something different. I am not ashamed of how I look.
“I like my size 12 body and I like my size 14 a***, it is what it f***ing is. I’m here for it.
“Would I like to be slimmer? Probably. Can I not eat pancakes for breakfast? No. Swings and roundabouts.”
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