Jacqueline Jossa has shared a very cryptic message with fans on social media.
The former EastEnders star, 27, took to her Instagram Story first thing on Monday morning to share a post that no doubt had fans thinking there’s a deeper meaning.
Jac – who has been very open about her past marriage struggles with husband Dan Osborne – wasted no time pretending her life is perfect.
The mum-of-two penned: “You will just never know what someone is dealing with behind closed doors.”
Jac continued to dig even deeper, saying that even if someone looks happier than ever, no one really knows what goes on beneath the surface.
She went on: “No matter how happy someone looks, how loud their laugh is, how big their smile is, there can still be a level of hurt that is indescribable.
“So be kind. Even when others are not, choose to be kind.”
Jac then went on to share a collage snap of her daughters Ella and Mia, writing: “Today consists of this.”
Her husband Dan did not appear to be in the snaps shared.
It comes as Jac was bombarded with nasty messages after her reality star husband confessed he had cheated on her in a tell-all confession in recent months.
But despite the continuous hate, Jacqueline has vowed the cruel social media trolls will no longer get to her in a defiant social media post.
Her impassioned post was accompanied with pictures of her with her two daughters.
She wrote: “I love you ladies with all of my heart.
“I am so proud of the life you girls have given me you guys are the absolute best and I hope one day you will be proud of me.
“You are truly the only opinion that means anything to me. To the trolls and losers you will never win. I have this gang.”
She added: “Need to work on not letting what losers say to me out of jealously or spite or just pure troll vibes, get to me. I have soooo much to be happy about.”
Jacqueline made it clear she is very content with her life right now.
And the star has no plans on letting anything stop her from achieving more.
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