Jacqueline Jossa has admitted she and her husband Dan Osborne aren't "getting on at the moment."

Jacqueline Jossa and Dan Osborne

Jacqueline Jossa and Dan Osborne

The former 'EastEnders' star has revealed that she and the fitness guru - who got married seven months ago - have disagreed on something, although she wouldn't disclose what, but she's "doing good" and she's just trying to focus on their three-year-old daughter Ella and their unborn child.

Speaking on 'Loose Women' on Friday (04.05.18), she said: "I'm good, I'm honestly. I think, when stuff goes on at home, it's not normal for it to be everywhere. But it's not necessarily true or the reasons why you're not getting on at the moment. That's all I really want to say but I'm all good."

The 25-year-old actress is 32 weeks pregnant with the pair's second child but she has admitted her second pregnancy has somewhat different from the experience she had when she was carrying Ella.

She explained: "This time round I've been sick. I had nothing with Ella, I wouldn't have even known I was pregnant, I was so lucky. I was working the whole way through. This time I'm throwing up every morning, I have really bad car sickness. I feel OK now because I'm just getting to the end bit now."

Jacqueline also decided to seek help at the hospital a few weeks ago because she couldn't feel the baby move as much and it was measuring smaller - but everything thankfully turned out to be OK.

She said: "With Ella, I felt her move constantly. It might be her personality because she's crazy but this baby doesn't move as much and it got to the point where I was like: 'OK, I'm a little bit worried.' Everything was fine but I just have a small bump. We did all the tests and everything is fine."

And the brunette beauty is planning to take some time off once the baby is here because she felt so "guilty" when she left Ella at three months to film a storyline for 'EastEnders' for four weeks.

She said: "I took a year off but I went back three months after for about a month to film the ending of a story and I did feel like that was too soon. For me, I just constantly missed Ella. I felt really guilty and I hated everybody. Anybody that was with her and they'd tell me stories and I'd like: 'OK cool.' "