Jacqueline Jossa is fed up of coronavirus, has her period and is stuck at home

Jacqueline Jossa admitted she's fed up as she complained about being scared of the deadly coronavirus.

The actress also moaned she had her period and was stuck at home bored.

Sharing a photo of her very unhappy face, she wrote: "Mum life.

"It’s that time of the month, Ella is off from school, Mia has well and truly turned into a beautiful little devil.

"They fully own me. These kids are the boss of me right now. Tv, chocolate, games etc. House is a mess and also I’m scared of the … virus.

"Happy Friday one and all! Stay safe."

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Taking to her Instagram stories, the 27-year-old revealed her four-year-old daughter Ella's school is still closed.

She's been teaching her children spelling at home as well, helping Ella to spell "daddy", who is Jacqueline's husband Dan Osborne.

The pair also tucked into ice creams, with a delighted Ella dancing for the camera.

Jacqueline and Dan also share baby Mia, who is nearly two.

Jacqueline's fans rushed to show their support for the fed up mum-of-two.

One commented: "Hang in there".

"Same … And mine has chicken pox … Keep strong" added another.

"At least your lashes are on point" a third reassured her.

Jacqueline recently opened up about a nasty wound she suffered on her chest as a result of scalding hot oil.

"Oh look, I've burnt myself," Jac told fans as she pointed to the burn.

"Basically, I was cooking and a bit of oil flicked up on me and I was wearing a dressing gown and it was just open there," she continued.

The EastEnders actress didn't think the nasty oil burn would scar, but admitted it had been quite annoying.

"I don't think it's gonna scar or anything, but a bit annoying," she said, after revealing she'd been lathering it in remedies.

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