Jacqueline Jossa wears plastic gloves as she shops for essentials in a purple tracksuit – The Sun



JACQUELINE Jossa kept health at the forefront of her mind on Tuesday as she picked up a weekly shop wearing plastic gloves.

The mother of two visited her local Costcutter store without a face mask but wearing gloves, paired with a purple tracksuit and a diamante headband.

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Queen of the Jungle Jac has been in lockdown with husband Dan Osbourne and their two daughters, Mia and Ella, and the family has been focusing on keeping spirits high with Disney classics and a walk in the woods.

Last week Jac and Dan took the children out of the house for the first time since coronavirus lockdown began, with the couple enjoying a woodland walk with daughters Mia and Ella and Dan's son Teddy, and sharing their outing on Instagram.

Beside a sweet picture of the siblings grinning, Dan wrote: "The munchkins they have not left the house once and was so nice to see them so excited to go for a walk."

Boris Johnson announced an unprecedented lockdown to combat the virus on March 23.



Jacqueline told her followers she felt relieved to get some fresh air with her loved ones.

She posted: "Lost in the woods. So nice to get out for a little while, making nests for the animals and climbing trees.

"Who knows how long this will last, but I am grateful for this time with my little family. Thank you."

The Sun revealed on Wednesday that the British public are to be told to wear face masks at work and on public transport after scientists told the Government they COULD help stop the spread of coronavirus.



Experts have passed on research showing that coverings could help to stop "asymptomatic people" – those who are infected but not showing symptoms – from passing on the disease.

The guidance is set to say that those who can't stay more than 2m apart at work and on buses and trains should wear a cloth face mask, such as a homemade mask, scarf or other non-surgical covering to help slow the spread of the virus.

Americans in some states are being told to wear them when they go outside, and people in France will be given them when lockdown measures are eased in the coming weeks.

The German state of Saxony has made them compulsory in shops and on public transport, and Spain is giving them out to commuters.

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