Jacqueline Jossa ‘convinced she’s got heat stroke’ after blistering temperatures

Jacqueline Jossa has opened up to concerned fans after taking to social media to reveal she's been left "exhausted" by the current heatwave.

The EastEnders actress, who is married to TOWIE bad boy Dan Osborne, took to Instagram to complain about the scorching temperatures.

Over the past few days the UK has recorded staggering temperatures of up to 36 degrees Celcius.

Filming herself sprawled on the sofa, the Queen of the Jungle pretended to cry before saying: "This weather is a killer, I've had to come and sit inside.

"I've put clothes on because I've got a Zoom call literally in 10 minutes.

"Had I not have had the Zoom call I would be naked. Continuously, all day. It's just unbearable."

She added: "I feel exhausted. I think I've got heat stroke or something. I'm just so hot. It's just too much."

According to the Met Office, temperatures in central London peaked at 34.6c – making it the first time since 1961 the country has seen six consecutive days over 34c.

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This year I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! won't take place in Australia as usual due to the ongoing pandemic and a lockdown on travel restrictions.

Instead, ITV have made the decision to move the show to the UK.

While it is as yet unconfirmed, it is thought the location picked by ITV is 200-year-old Gwrych Castle folly in North Wales.

A source on the ITV show told The Sun: “Producers are chuffed with the new location — they’re excited for a change in scenery this year.

“Obviously upping sticks and moving to a completely new location was a tough decision, but they feel confident it’s the right one.

“The Bushtucker trial crew, who work tirelessly all year round, have been working overtime to come up with some terrifying new trials and challenges.

“It’s a brilliant move for viewers as celebs will have no idea what to expect. It’s going to be compelling viewing.”

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