Jacqueline Jossa has hit out at people ignoring rules to stay at home and practice social distancing from others amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and admitted lockdown has left her children stressed out
The actress, 27, took to Instagram Stories and uploaded a video where she sat in her garden and hit out at people who have been meeting up with friends outdoors.
She said: 'Just stay indoors. Just because it's hot outside, if you haven't got a garden it's one of them things, tough! Maybe do your one day exercise and take a walk or something, just stay indoors.
Speaking out: Jacqueline Jossa, 27, has hit out at people ignoring rules to stay at home and practice social distancing amid the ongoing coronavirus lockdown
'Otherwise, we're going to be doing this for f*****g ages. I read somewhere someone was having a house party, oh my God. There should be stricter rules for people that are that f*****g stupid to have house parties when we are in the state that we're in.'
'Have people just forgot that we're going through all of this? You can't go around your mates house, you can't have big family groups, you can't have barbecues with 20 people, just stay in your own homes with the people yourself-isolating with.'
Later, Jacqueline shared another clip of herself sitting on her sofa in a dressing gown as she hit back at social media users who criticised her for telling people to stay indoors while sitting in her garden.
She said: 'I'm really done with people on Instagram DM'ing saying stupid stuff like, "oh my God, easy for you to say in your garden." Yeah, I'm in my garden.
Family: Jacqueline revealed her daughters Ella, five, and Mia, one, have been 'stressed' due to having to stay indoors during the ongoing lockdown
'I understand people in flats with kids and stuff, it's really hard. I understand it's hard but it's doable. Otherwise, we'll be doing this for months and months.
Jacqueline explained that she was not telling people they could not set foot outside but that they should not try and meet people who they do not live with.
She said: 'If you're in a flat and you're like, "the kids are driving me mad, I've got to get out", just go for a walk, no one is saying you can't go for a walk, go get some fresh air.
'Just don't go to the