Jacqueline Jossa has shared her concerns for Scott Disick after ex Kourtney Kardashian gets engaged to Blink-182 drummer, Travis Barker.
45-year-old Travis proposed to the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 42, on Sunday after being together for under a year.
The lavish proposal came after Scott 38, and Kourtney finally ended their on again off again relationship of over 10 years.
During their relationship Scott proposed to the POOSH founder multiple times and the couple share three children together, Mason, 11, Penelope, 9, and Reign, 6.
Former EastEnders actress Jacqueline has told her 3.2 million Instagram followers how she feels about it.
She said: "Listen, I'm really, really happy for Kourtney Kardashian . She looks like she's the happiest she's been in a really long time."
The former I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here Queen, has recently admitted to rewatching the reality series and noticed there were "cracks" in Scott and Kourtney's relationship when they went on a trip to Bora Bora.
She continued: "But listen, I just need to know that Scott's okay.
"The first thing I thought when I saw that picture [the engagement ring] was like 'oh my God, poor Scott,' which probably shouldn't be the reaction. Good for her for moving on."
She added it is "actually lovely to see" that Kourtney has moved on as it shows fans you can "get up and start again."
Jacqueline's comments followed days after she confessed, acting was like "therapy" when she was going through a tough time.
When she was 19-years-old and playing the role of Lauren Branning on EastEnders her dad went to prison.
The actresses dad was jailed in 2012 after he stole nearly £500,000 of taxpayer's money from Enfield Council in North London.
The Old Bailey found out he created false invoices and lied about his wife working at the council so he could make payments to her between 2006 and 2010.
In 2010, he was made redundant and received £170,000 but lost all but £25,000 in dodgy investment deals.
He admitted three charges involving 104 fraudulent transfers to a savings account over three years.
Speaking on Vicky Pattison's podcast, Jacqueline admitted she spent most of her time thinking about her acting role than actually being herself during that dark time.
She said: "I would get so into it that all I would think about was ‘I wonder what the next script is going to say’, because I loved it so much."
"So when that was gone, I was like 'who am I? It's all on me now'."
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