Jacqueline Jossa reveals her daughter Mia, 1, was sick in her MOUTH when she gave her a bedtime kiss


JACQUELINE Jossa revealed her daughter Mia, one, was sick in her MOUTH when she gave her a bedtime kiss.

Parents will do anything for their kids – and that includes having to deal with their vomit in your mouth, if you’re former EastEnders actress Jac.

Jacqueline Jossa revealed her daughter was sick in her mouth

The Queen of the Jungle told her Instagram followers about the gross-out story.

She said: “Guys I can’t believe I didn’t tell you.

“I kissed Mia just before bed and she threw up in my mouth. Good news for everybody!

“That’s how you know you love your kids more than anybody in the world because there’s no one else I’d let throw up in my mouth.

“I didn’t even care. She’s so cute and her little smile – bless. She’s just a bundle of joy my little Mia-moo.”

She told everyone she didn’t care
Jacqueline Jossa with her husband Dan and their two kids, Ella and Mia

She later clarified that Ella wasn’t ill – she just had too much milk before bed.

“No badly, not food throw up, like milk. She must have too much milk before bed or something and sicked a bit of it up.

“So she wasn’t actually unwell. A lot of people messaged being like ‘I hope she gets better soon what’s wrong with Mia’.

“She’s fine, she wasn’t unwell, it was just a greedy sick.”

Mia helping Jacqueline get ready
Jacqueline gushed over Ella growing up

The star has been gushing over her daughters – who she shares with husband Dan Osborne – recently as yesterday she lamented about her eldest Ella nearly turning five.

She said she “couldn’t deal” with Ella growing up so fast.

Sharing a photo of Ella in an adorable multi-coloured outfit with a pink jacket, pink bag and rainbow socks.

She captioned the photo: “I’m obsessed with her. Little Ella. She’s going to be 5 this month and I cannot deal with it.

“Please slow down my baby love.”

Fans related to the former EastEnders actress, with one saying: “Bless her, she’s super cute & I love her bag.”