Jacqueline Jossa dressed for the weather as she enjoyed a sunny outing with her kids.
The mum, 27, went make-up free for the outing with her long hair scraped into a bun and finished her casual look with a pair of gold flip flops.
Jacqueline and her girls were without Dan Osborne for the day, after he revealed he'd returned to his tattoo parlour in preparations for the post lockdown opening.
The couple were reported to be taking some time apart during the pandemic which left their marriage under strain.
I'm A Celebrity winner Jacqueline denied the allegations saying "There is no split. There is no divorce. We are working together not against each other."
Jacqueline has since moved the past the drama to plug her latest InTheStyle collaboration.
The star has taken to modelling items from the spring summer collection at home over the last few weeks as she turned her living room and garden into a makeshift runway to advertise the clothing to fans.
She revealed to her followers that was a size 12 in the items and insisted the range was 'true to size.'
Posing in a blue shirt dress she said: "Lots of you asked but I wear size 12 in everything, it’s all true to size!! Please let me know below what you manage to get hold of I’m so excited to hear."
The soap star shared a string of snaps to Instagram from her impromptu garden shoot.
She rocked an array of outfits from a pink playsuit to a white summer dress.
Despite her body confident display, Jacqueline said she is learning to embrace what she called her 'rolls and chunky legs.'
It comes after Jacqueline shed light on the camera trickery that occurs on Instagram.
Filming herself in her pyjamas, she said: "Look how small, well I'd say small, my waist looks. Yeah, quite deceiving. I look like I could be skinny, a skinny Minnie.
"Then if you bring the trousers down to that awful length, you see, you know, she got love handles, she got something to grab.
"This is life and this is just the way it is and, you know, I thought about it in the bath, right, and was like, 'I've literally got about eight rolls down there'.
"That's the truth, I don't think it's bad, I don't mind it, I quite like it," she insisted.