Did you spot this?

Jacqueline Jossa has been keeping us up to date with her pregnancy as she prepares to welcome her second baby with husband Dan Osborne.

Jacqueline Jossa

Despite the couple keeping pretty tight-lipped over the sex of their new arrival, fans think that their three-year-old daughter Ella might have just given the game away. Eeeek!


After sharing a snap on Instagram highlighting her blossoming bump in a pair of silk pyjamas, fans rushed to comment on the snap.

But while most followers gushed over how amazing the former EastEnders star looks, a few went on to question a previous video that seems to have been deleted.

‘Is it true you’re having a girl? There’s a video online where you refer to your baby as she and then deleted the video?’ said one.

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Another responded: ‘She did slip up and say she, then she paused and spoke about something else. I watched the video.’

And a third said: ‘I noticed that Ella mentioned a sister in one of her stories before too.’

Yup, NOTHING gets past these eagle-eyed fans…

Expectant mum Jacqueline – who recently quit her role as Lauren Branning in EastEnders – previously revealed that she and Dan had found out the gender of their little one.

Speaking on her YouTube channel, the 25 year old said: ‘It’s really hard to say because I already know.’ Hmm…

Meanwhile, the star has been opening up about her pregnancy and recently admitted she was ‘nervous’ and ‘ashamed’ about revealing her pregnancy to her mum.

Happy new year one and all! Xx

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During a Q&A on her YouTube channel, one fan asked: ‘How did you feel when you found out you were pregnant with your second? Were you both scared, worried etc?’

To which the actress responded: ‘Yes! I was terrified. Which is weird, I always thought I wouldn’t be. But I felt exactly the same, I was like, “I’m not telling my mum”.

‘Even though, you know it’s pretty obvious now.’

Well, we can’t WAIT to meet the new arrival.