Dan Osborne shows off his chiselled body in tiny shorts in Las Vegas throwback

DAN Osborne showed off his chiselled body in tiny shorts in a Las Vegas throwback on Instagram tonight.

Dan left fans swooning with the snap, just as wife Jacqueline Jossa, 28, opened up about their marriage to The Sun.

In the pic he stood with his muscles on show and stared into the distance, with the ex Towie star captioning the photo on Instagram: "Here’s to hoping we can all go on holiday as normal again next year…!"

His post raked in hundreds of comments, as one follower penned: "Looking like Zues himself!"

One more typed: "@jacjossa you are one lucky lady! Hard life dealing with that…"

Jacqueline spoke candidly about her marriage to Dan today and revealed the couple had resolved many of their issues in therapy.

And the Queen of the jungle ­­hit back at women who accused her man of cheating with them.

She said: “Listen, you can’t stop the b****s selling stories — that is fact, I know that.

“They can say what they want, Daniel and I know the truth.

“Seeing things taken out of context was really hard, because a lot of it was stuff from the past we had already dealt with. That’s why I’ve not said anything until now.”

Six months after briefly moving out of the couple’s £1million Essex home, she told The Sun: “It felt like everybody wanted to watch me fall apart.

“I kept it in for a while, but then over lockdown it was a really good time and place for Daniel and I to go through everything — an opportunity for us to talk through it all. For me, this meant turning to therapy.

“And because of that, I couldn’t be in the same house as Dan. There was no big argument or bust-up, and there were no other girls. Moving out was literally how I had to deal with it.

“It was like when you wake up after a bad dream about someone — you need some space. That’s what it was like with therapy.

“Some of the stuff I was dealing with wasn’t even all about him. There were other things too that I needed to address.

“It really, really helped, especially in terms of communication, teaching us how to talk to one another better.

“Therapy is a really good thing, whether for yourself or for a couple. I don’t understand why it’s still frowned upon. In America they use therapy like they go to the dentist.”

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