Jacqueline Jossa matches her huge pink coat to her daughter Mia’s for shopping trip

Her West End debut came to a premature end last week thanks to the latest coronavirus restrictions.

But Jacqueline Jossa is making the most of extra time with her family, hitting the shops for some essentials with her youngest daughter Mia, two, on Wednesday.

The actress wrapped up warm in the dreary Essex weather, donning a huge padded pink coat.  

Trip for two: Jacqueline Jossa is making the most of extra time with her family, hitting the shops for some essentials with her youngest daughter Mia, two, on Wednesday

Trip for two: Jacqueline Jossa is making the most of extra time with her family, hitting the shops for some essentials with her youngest daughter Mia, two, on Wednesday

Jacqueline teamed her pale pink coat with leggings and white trainers and her glasses as she headed to the local shop with Mia.

Mia was looking sweet in a mini version of her mum’s coat along with some festive reindeer tights and pink suede boots. 

The two enjoyed their spot of fresh air, with doting mum Jacqueline lifting her little girl into her arms for a kiss at one point.    

Jacqueline, who also shares daughter Ella, five, with her husband Dan Osborne, shared her sadness when her West End debut in A Christmas Carol was cut short last week due to Tier 3 restrictions being implemented in London.

Sweet: The two enjoyed their spot of fresh air, with doting mum Jacqueline lifting her little girl into her arms for a kiss at one point

Sweet: The two enjoyed their spot of fresh air, with doting mum Jacqueline lifting her little girl into her arms for a kiss at one point

The Dominion Theatre show was forced to shut in line with the rules after Jacqueline starred as Emily and the Ghost of Christmas Future in the Christmas classic.

Sharing a picture of herself and co-star Lucie Jones on Friday, Jacqueline wrote: ‘I have made true friends for life, I miss this show already. So so much.’

She also shared a snap outside the theatre and said: ‘A dream come true. I didn’t realise how much I needed to be creative and act again. I will make sure I do more next year. I have had a wonderful year this year, so many opportunities and fantastic work moments.

Feeling the December chill: The actress wrapped up warm in the dreary Essex weather, donning a huge padded pink coat

Dressed down: The mother of two also slipped on her glasses for the shopping trip

Feeling the December chill: The actress wrapped up warm in the dreary Essex weather, donning a huge padded pink coat

Matching! Mia was looking sweet in a mini version of her mum's coat along with some festive reindeer tights and pink suede boots

Matching! Mia was looking sweet in a mini version of her mum’s coat along with some festive reindeer tights and pink suede boots

‘The feeling this show gave me ended this year on such a high, that I intend to bring with me in 2021 and keep me motivated and inspired.

‘To do more great things. Make my family proud and make more dreams come true. Feel the fear and do it anyway.’

The new show was a festive stage adaptation of Charles Dickens’ famous novel, with Brain Conley taking the lead as Ebenezer Scrooge and Jacqueline Jossa playing a female Ghost of Christmas Future.

Jacqueline is widely known for her TV role as Lauren Branning on EastEnders.  

Me and you: Jacqueline teamed her pale pink coat with leggings and white trainers and her glasses as she headed to the local shop with Mia

Me and you: Jacqueline teamed her pale pink coat with leggings and white trainers and her glasses as she headed to the local shop with Mia

Happy: Jacqueline shared her sadness at her West End debut being cancelled last week but looked in good spirits as she spent time with Mia

Happy: Jacqueline shared her sadness at her West End debut being cancelled last week but looked in good spirits as she spent time with Mia

Family time: Jacqueline, who also shares daughter Ella, five, with her husband Dan Osborne, shared her sadness when A Christmas Carol was cut short due to new restrictions

Family time: Jacqueline, who also shares daughter Ella, five, with her husband Dan Osborne, shared her sadness when A Christmas Carol was cut short due to new restrictions

Inspired: 'The feeling this show gave me ended this year on such a high, that I intend to bring with me in 2021 and keep me motivated and inspired,' she told fans

Inspired: ‘The feeling this show gave me ended this year on such a high, that I intend to bring with me in 2021 and keep me motivated and inspired,’ she told fans

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