Jacqueline Jossa stuns in slinky navy dress as she attends wedding with husband Dan Osborne

Jacqueline Jossa and husband Dan Osborne attended a wedding together over the weekend.

Pulling out all the stops for the occasion, the parents dressed to impress for the celebratory day.

Mum of two Jacqueline looked stunning in a fitted navy blue dress, while she sported a glamorous makeup look.

Highlighting her impressive physique, the 26 year old’s dress featured a revealing thigh-high split and flattering one-shoulder detail.

The former Eastenders star’s hair hung loosely down her shoulders, while she completed her ensemble with a pair of silver heels and a stylish pastel pink handbag.

As always, 27 year old Dan looked handsome dressed in a checked suit.

Sharing photos from the special day on Instagram, the adorable pair posed for a number of couple’s pictures together – much to their fans' delight.

And hinting they had coordinated their ensembles, Jacqueline wrote alongside one snap: “Matchy match.”

Following their recent holiday in Mykonos – where the pair enjoyed some rare child-free time together – they couldn’t have looked happier.

Recently, the mum of two spoke to rapper Harvey on his Team Harvey podcast; as she opened up on biting her tongue when it comes to responding to speculation about the state of her marriage.

She said: “I’ve had moments where I've been like [about to respond to claims on social media] but then I'm like, 'delete!' "It causes a conflict between the two people because I'm then going, 'ugh, so frustrating, why don't you just shut up?'.

But you have to take the rough with the smooth. It's all well and good to look in on the outside at a three-second picture or story [and] to have an opinion on it."

Jacqueline also denied claims that she kicked Dan out of the family home after reports he kissed Love Island's Alexandra Cane on a night out March.

She said: “I found out I'd kicked Daniel out the house before I even found out why! I didn't even see the first article, I was like, 'wait’."

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