Jacqueline Jossa squeals as she shows progress made on her home bar

 

Jacqueline Jossa squeals with delight as she shows off the progress that’s been made on her home bar which will have mirrored walls and a brick facade

Jacqueline Jossa has given fans a glimpse at the progress made on her home bar.

The former I’m A Celebrity champion, 28, took to Instagram on Monday to show off a closer look at the progress that has been made on the DIY project in their £1.2 million Essex mansion.

Inside the space, a wooden L-shaped bar had been set up with a brick facade on one end while Jacqueline squealed in delight over her future plan for a mirrored wall.

Excited: Jacqueline Jossa squealed with delight as she showed off the progress that’s been made on her home bar which will have mirrored walls and a brick facade

She gushed: ‘Guys, I’m currently in my work in progress bar – how good is it looking though?

‘There’s a brick wall effect, we are gonna have lighting running through there and a shelf, and mirrored walls.’

Jacqueline then squealed in delight and said something incoherent, before she joked: ‘I’m pathetic aren’t I? But it’s exciting though isn’t it?’

In progress: Inside the space, a wooden L-shaped bar had been set up with a brick facade on one end while Jacqueline squealed in delight over her future plan for a mirrored wall


Happy: Jacqueline gushed: ‘Guys, I’m currently in my work in progress bar – how good is it looking though?’

Ecstatic: Jacqueline then squealed in delight and said something incoherent, before she joked: ‘I’m pathetic aren’t I? But it’s exciting though isn’t it?’

It comes after Jacqueline insisted that she is not an ‘anti-vaxxer’ and is instead ‘pro choice’ after her husband Dan Osborne’s recent rant about the Covid jab.

During an impassioned video shared to social media on Sunday, Dan, 29, claimed that coronavirus ‘is not dangerous enough to be forcing a vaccine on the world’ and that he won’t be getting the jab – and neither will his three young children. 

The former TOWIE star shares daughters Ella, six, and Mia, two, with Jacqueline. He also has son Teddy, seven, with ex Megan Tomlin.

Taking to her own Instagram on Sunday, Jacqueline took part in a Q&A session where she was asked: ‘Are you an anti Covid vaccine.’

Covid: It comes after Jacqueline insisted that she is not an ‘anti-vaxxer’ and is instead ‘pro choice’ after her husband Dan Osborne’s recent rant about the Covid jab

To which she replied: ‘I’m not anti vac, I am pro choice. Read that again.’  

During Dan’s rant on Sunday to his 1.1million followers, he claimed that the COVID-19 crisis is ‘all about money’, despite the pandemic causing a global recession which is the worst economic disaster since the Great Depression of the 1930s.

He also claimed that coronavirus ‘is not dangerous enough to be forcing a vaccine on the world’ and that he won’t be getting the jab – and neither will his three young children.

This came as the global death tally reached (at the time of publication on Sunday) 3,709,397 deceased, with 172,242,495 confirmed cases and 1,638,006,899 vaccines administered.

Claims: During Dan’s rant on Sunday to his 1.1million followers, he claimed that the COVID-19 crisis is ‘all about money’, despite the pandemic causing a global recession which is the worst economic disaster since the Great Depression of the 1930s 

As of Saturday, an estimated 40 million people in the UK alone have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine, out of the country’s 68 million population.  

Dan’s rant began on Saturday when he travelled home from Portugal and filmed himself in his car heading home from the airport.

‘I’ve said it from day one. People are going to have a go at me, but the whole thing is about money. The whole damn thing.

‘I’ve had hundreds, maybe thousands of messages about kids getting the vaccination. Personally that s**t isn’t even going in me – never mind my kids. People do your research, it’s not good!’

Rant: He also claimed that coronavirus ‘is not dangerous enough to be forcing a vaccine on the world’ and that he won’t be getting the jab – and neither will his three young children 

On arriving home, the ex-Celebrity Big Brother contestant returned to his Instagram Stories, having clearly been met with a slew of outraged messages from fans slamming his anti-vaxxer stance.

‘It’s not dangerous enough to be forcing it on the world. That to me is suspect!’ 

He said: ‘People are going mad at me for talking bad about the vaccine. You guys are crazy!

‘All I’m saying is if there was a legitimate vaccine that actually works and is no harm to you, why would it not just be all the vulnerable people get the vaccine and that’s it.


Driven to drink: Dan was then seen later in the evening asking his followers to stop bombarding him with responses, drinking beer and eating a take-out to cheer himself up

‘Why would a 12-year-old kid need a vaccine. If all the vulnerable people had had it and they were safe, why would anyone else need it? You just wouldn’t because it’s a 99.6 percent chance that you’re going to be fine with COVID-19.

Dan was then seen later in the evening asking his followers to stop bombarding him with responses, clearly having faced a backlash from them.

He was seen drinking beer and eating a take-out to cheer himself up, adding that he was feeling ‘nervous’ after the barrage of comments he had been inundated with after his rant.

Dan was fresh off the plane from Portugal where he and wife Jacqueline took advantage of the sunny destination before it was moved onto the UK’s amber list. 

WHICH VACCINES ARE BRITAIN USING? AND HOW EFFECTIVE ARE THEY?

Pfizer-BioNTech

Approved: December 2, 2020

Doses dished out: 10.8million*

Doses ordered: 40million

Phase 3 trials data

  • Efficacy at blocking symptoms: 95%
  • Efficacy against severe illness: 100%

Real world data

  • Efficacy at stopping transmission: 66% 
  • Efficacy at blocking symptoms (one dose): Between 57 and 61% 
  • Efficacy against severe illness: 80%

How it works: mRNA vaccine – Genetic material from coronavirus is injected to trick the immune system into making ‘spike’ proteins and learning how to attack them.

Oxford-AstraZeneca

Approved: December 30, 2020

Doses dished out: 15.8million*

Doses ordered: 100million

Phase 3 trials data

  • Efficacy at blocking symptoms (one dose): 70% 
  • Efficacy against severe illness (one dose): 100%

Real world data

  • Efficacy at stopping transmission: 70% 
  • Efficacy at blocking symptoms: Between 60 and 73%
  • Efficacy against severe illness: 80% 

How it works: Adenovirus vaccine – To make the vaccine, the common cold virus is genetically modified to trigger it to make the Covid spike protein — which the virus uses to invade cells.

When the vaccine is administered the patient’s immune system attacks the spike protein by building antibodies, priming it to fight off Covid before it leads to an infection.

Moderna

Approved: January 8, 2021

Doses dished out: Zero

Doses ordered: 17million

Phase 3 trials data

  • Efficacy at blocking symptoms: 94.1% 
  • Efficacy against severe illness: 100%

Real world data

  • Efficacy at stopping transmission: Not known 
  • Efficacy at blocking symptoms: 90%** 
  • Efficacy against severe illness: Not known

How it works: mRNA vaccine – both Moderna’s and Pfizer and BioNTech’s vaccines work in the same way.

* the latest data goes up to March 21 

** data taken from a US study, joint with Pfizer. Other real world data comes from Public Health England in the UK 

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