Jacqueline has already packed her hospital bag. Exciting!
The EastEnders actress, 22 is due any day now and has sorted out her birthing plan, although she’s aware that things may not go as expected.
‘I’m following in my sister’s footsteps and attempting a water birth, but I haven’t set anything in stone, I’m open-minded,’ says Jacqueline.
‘I’d like it to be as natural as it can be. I’m scared of everything, but it has to come out one way or another so what’s the point of getting terrified?’
Jac’s older sister Katrina has three children named John, Neive and Bella so is sure to be giving her plenty of advice.
In fact, Jacqueline will already have picked up some useful tips as she often posts sweet Instagram snaps of herself with her adorable nieces and nephew.
In preparation for the arrival of her and Dan’s little girl, Jac – who plays Lauren Branning on ‘Enders – has been watching TV shows about giving birth.
‘I don’t find them scary. I love One Born Every Minute. It makes me excited, I don’t mind blood and stuff,’ she says.
But TOWIE hunk Dan, 23, isn’t QUITE so brave, joking: ‘You can see the evil in her eyes. I’ll pass out at the birth, I can’t even have a blood test.’
Cripes. How many doctors are they going to need in that delivery room?!
Despite being a little concerned about how squeamish he’ll feel on the big day, it sounds like Dan is being very supportive.
He’s already helped Jac pack her hospital bag and has cleared his schedule to ensure he’ll be there for his girl when she goes into labour.
‘Filming for TOWIE starts at the beginning of February so I’ll only be an hour away. I’ll make sure I’m free in the week before and the week after,’ he says.
Nawww. Now hurry up, Mini Jac!