Jacqueline Jossa and Dan Osborne jet to cold Lapland for family getaway

Jacqueline Jossa and husband Dan Osbourne have jetted off to chilly Lapland for a family getaway with their children.

The couple – who have daughters Ella, six, and Mia, two, together – arrived in the cold Finnish region alongside some friends yesterday, December 1, and have since been sharing photos and videos of their Christmassy trip on social media.

Former TOWIE cast member Dan, 29, posted a photo of the whole crew arriving in Lapland, captioning the photo: "We touched down in Lapland".

He then posted a photo of the family enjoying some time on the ice at a frozen lake.

The family could also been seen wrapping up warm as they spent some time sightseeing among the Christmas lights in the evening and going for sledge rides in the snow.

It makes quite a bit of a change from the couple's last trip, who recently opted for a warm romantic getaway to Dubai.

It comes after the former EastEnders actress recently shared a clip of the incredible Christmas tree in her stunning home.

Jac and Dan have recently been giving their new £1.2 million home a makeover and will be celebrating their first family Christmas in the house this year.

Jacqueline posted a video of herself rolling a red bauble across the floor and zooming in, until the camera then zooms out to reveal a stunning tree decorated with red and white candy canes and twinkling lights.

Captioning the video, she wrote: “CHRISTMAS IN THE NEW HOUSE HITS DIFFERENT.

“Me and @serendipitybooo ladies had to much fun. Thanks so much girlies!! I haven’t done red for Xmas for years and I literally LOVE THIS!! Kids are so so happy, expect a lot of pics with this tree.”

It's not the only thing Jacqueline has been doing to get into the Christmas spirit. She also recently posted an adorable photo of the family wearing matching Christmas pyjamas and has been getting into Christmas themed nail art.

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