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Its disgusting: Jacqueline Jossa hits back at trolls who insulted her children

Jacqueline Jossa has hit back at harsh comments about her daughters in an honest video.

The furious mum slated trolls who were passing remarks on her daughter Mia and Ella’s appearances.

She explained that they had been sending her direct messages about her young daughters.

She said: “If you wanna say something about my kids, expect a reply back, expect it to be rude and expect it to be about your face and your appearance.”


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The mum was clearly outraged in the video and warned trolls that she would say something back to them or even block them if they commented on her children.

“Don't be a weird person. I just don’t understand. I don’t like it, I think it’s rude,” she stated.

The former soap star admitted that she was baffled by the people who felt it was okay to discuss her daughters in such a way: “I think it's strange and odd that you have an opinion so strongly about someone you don't know and to have an opinion about their kids.It's disgusting and weird."


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The former EastEnders actress admitted she doesn’t care what people say about her because she can just laugh it off, but things are different when it comes to her little girls.

“Say something about my kids, it really p***es me off. Do you know what else I think is really weird? That you have an opinion on a child's appearance. That says so much more about you. I think you need help,” she stressed.


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She continued to claim that the trolls belonged in prison.

The mum-of-two confessed that she had no choice but to comment on the matter publicly as it had all gotten too much for her.

“I should ignore it but it's really hard. I'm a normal person with real feelings and I don't like people getting involved and talking about my kids. That's my number one, I do not like that,” she concluded.



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