Dan Osborne, husband to 2019’s Queen of the Jungle Jacqueline Jossa, has finally come clean on social media about his bad behaviour over the course of his marriage. In light of the revelation, Dan has reportedly changed his number to convince Jac that he really has changed his ways…
Whilst she conquered her fears and stormed to a decisive victory on this year’s series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, Jacqueline Jossa’s jungle experience was sadly marred by a series of reports about her husband, Dan Osborne’s unfaithful behaviour.
As well as old rumours about Dan and Gabby Allen resurfacing, he was also accused of romping with Celebrity Big Brother co-stars Natalie Nunn and Chloe Ayling in a hotel room following a drunken night out last year. Whilst Dan denied all of the allegations, he has this week made a surprise statement admitting he’s done wrong.
Writing on Instagram, Dan said:
‘So after weeks, months, years of constant articles and rumours, some true, some very untrue. I want to publicly say, I know I have made mistakes, we all do as humans, but I've made some that have almost cost me my family. I have seriously learned from these massively.’
‘So I want to publicly apologise to my beautiful wife and my family for the mistakes I've made. I am the luckiest man in the world to have what I have with Jacqueline and my three incredible children and I will spend the rest of my life being the best husband and dad that I can be. Jac, myself and our families are excited for the future, one filled with love and happiness together. We truly appreciate everyone that has supported us as a couple, we are ending this year stronger than ever.’
Now, Dan has reportedly changed his phone number in a bid to convince Jac that he won’t go back to his old ways. A source close to the couple said:
‘Jacqueline asked Dan to change his phone number so that other women can't contact him and he was more than happy to do it. He told her that he didn't have a problem with it at all, and he is doing whatever she asks to prove that he is fully devoted now.’