Jacqueline Jossa reveals she's keeping the sex of her baby secret and rules out having any more kids after 'split' with Dan Osborne

The heavily pregnant actress, 25, is expecting her second child with Towie star Dan Osborne but has ruled out adding to her brood in the future.

Speaking out after the Sun Online revealed that she and her husband have 'split', former EastEnders actress Jacqueline says she is keen to get back to work.

When asked if she would like any more kids after Baby No 2, Jacqueline told new! magazine: "Oh God, no!

"I want to get back into work, so I can't be having any more babies.

"I haven't got time for that, no."

Jacqueline also knows the sex of her unborn baby.

But she has decided to keep it a closely-guarded secret, especially from her three-year-old daughter Ella.

In a separate interview, Jacqueline told Now magazine: "It's my little secret. It's the only secret I have.

"Ella knows [something] and she tells the whole school!"

Jacqueline and Dan tied the knot in June last year. 

Dan is also dad to four-year-old Teddy from a previous relationship.

Last week, however, The Sun exclusively revealed the couple had split following a series of rows over his work keeping him away from home.

Then on Sunday, a new report emerged claiming that Jacqueline had pleaded with a mystery woman to tell the truth over an alleged romp with her husband.

The star allegedly tracked down the woman on social media after hearing a rumour she and Dan had slept together after meeting in an Essex bar.

Despite this, Jacqueline has confirmed that Dan WILL be present when she gives birth next month.

She told OK! Magazine: "Dan will be with me. I’m going to stick to who I had last time, so I just had my mum and Daniel.

"I might have Daniel’s mum, it just depends where we all are."

Yesterday, Dan was pictured looking downcast as he dropped Ella back home to Jacqueline's house.


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