Dan Osborne throws freezing water at me during arguments and I once blocked him on Instagram, says Jacqueline Jossa

JACQUELINE Jossa has revealed husband Dan Osborne chucks cold water over her to snap her out of a mood.

The I'm A Celeb winner said she loves a good row – but after four years of marriage the couple rarely let rip anymore.

Instead Jacqueline, 28, said ex Towie hunk Dan, 30, ensures he gets the last laugh when they lock horns.

The ex EastEnders actress said: "I'm still pathetic in arguments and I hold grudges and I'm like, come one, be the bigger person. But I don't know if I can be.

"I love an argument sometimes. I think that's the dramatic in me, where I'm not doing EastEnders anymore, screaming and shouting all the time, but we're well past it now.

"The other day he chucked water at me, that's how we argued! I was fuming at him and in a bad mood and he was like 'I know how to (sort this)'.

"And he threw freezing cold water at me right after I showered. That's how we argue now, we haven't got the energy to do that big blow up argument anymore, we don't do that."

The couple wed in 2017 and share daughters Ella, six, and Mia, three.

Shortly after her I'm A Celeb stint in 2019 Jacqueline, who played Lauren Branning in EastEnders, admitted she'd given her husband "hell" over unfounded rumours he'd cheated on her.

"It's been two years of me basically giving him hell and it's not like he's got away lightly at all," she told Lorraine on her chat show.

Recalling a time when she was "fuming" with Dan, the TV star told Vicky Pattison on the latest episode of podcast The Secret To: "I blocked Daniel on Instagram, because I was fuming, and it makes you unfollow each other!

"So I was then unfollowing him, and it got out all in the press and it's like Jacqueline Jossa unfollows Dan Osborne. I was like 'argh, why did I do that?' when we're on the sofa eating pizza and we're fine."

The pair reunited after a brief split last year, and Jac told The Sun the couple had therapy to save their marriage.

She said last year: "I kept it in for a while, but then over lockdown it was a really good time and place for Daniel and I to go through everything — an opportunity for us to talk through it all. For me, this meant turning to therapy.

"And because of that, I couldn’t be in the same house as Dan. There was no big argument or bust-up, and there were no other girls. Moving out was literally how I had to deal with it.

"It was like when you wake up after a bad dream about someone — you need some space. That’s what it was like with therapy.

"Some of the stuff I was dealing with wasn’t even all about him. There were other things too that I needed to address."

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