Jacqueline Jossa has opened up on her battle with trolls after being targeted since joining the cast of EastEnders at the age of 17.
The 28 year old was cast as Lauren Branning on the hit BBC One soap back in 2010 and has been the subject on cruelty online ever since.
Brunette beauty Jacqueline has now spoken honestly about the “constant battle” she faces with trolls, and admitted that “words hurt” even after 11 years.
She took to Instagram to partake in a question and answer session with her fans, when the conversation turned to being trolled in the public eye.
One of Jacqueline’s 3.1million social media followers asked her: “How do you deal with negative comments towards you?”
The I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! winner candidly responded: “I actually really don’t do well with this.
“I stay strong because the good outweighs the bad but it’s a constant battle.
“Since the age of 17 I’ve had online abuse and negative comments. It’s a lot. Words do hurt.”
However, she cheekily revealed how she deals with the trolling, continuing: “I also know I’m a bad b***h so we move,” alongside laughing emojis.
Jacqueline is, quite literally, moving as she recently celebrated as she picked up the keys to her and husband Dan Osborne’s “forever home”.
She posted photos of herself, her husband and their kids posing inside their new home to celebrate the news.
The first photo shows Dan and Jacqueline smiling widely as the actress is holding a key up.
Another image sees the couple posing with their two daughters Ella and Mia as well as Dan’s son Teddy, from a previous relationship, in their new home.
While the third and final photo shows Jacqueline smiling as she stands by the family’s new large double front door with her arms open.
Jacqueline said: “WE GOT THE KEYS,” followed by a key emoji, adding: “We have waited a while but we picked up the keys to our forever home. It needs some tender loving care, a lick of paint and some tweaks. I love love love it so much. I’m so proud.