Jacqueline Jossa shares cute snap of lookalike daughters in festive pyjamas

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Jacqueline Jossa has shared some beautiful behind-the-scenes snaps of her two lookalike daughters as she celebrates Christmas with her family.

Jacqueline and husband Dan Osborne share daughters Ella, five, and Mia, two, who laid out some very special treats from Santa on Christmas Eve.

The two children looked adorable as they donned some matching red pyjamas complete with their names embroidered on.

And lucky Santa had a can of beer left out for him, along with a delicious looking cookie, a glass of milk and a carrot for Rudolph.

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Ella beamed in the photo as she placed the snacks down on a mat which was addressed to Santa and was signed from the whole family.

Jacqueline also posted a photo looking make up free and gorgeous as she sat underneath the Christmas tree, which was adorned with white, silver and blue decorations.

It's a special time of year for the family, as Dan's son Teddy, who he shares with ex Megan Tomlin, turned seven on the 23rd December.

On the day, proud dad Dan shared a snap of his son sat in his sports car grinning.

He then captioned the post: "HAPPY 7th BIRTHDAY MY BOY.

"Teddy I can not put in to words how proud I am of you! You have been my best friend since the day you were born and you will be for the rest of my life".

He then continued: "You are so amazing, cool, funny, cheeky, loving, polite and you are also too good at practicing your wrestling moves on your dad.

"I love you more than words can say Tedster! Can’t wait to celebrate your day with you," alongside some blue heart emojis.

Jacqueline posted her own tribute to her stepson, writing: "You are such a joy! Best big brother in the world."

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