Jacqueline Jossa from East Enders meets on screen Jake Wood’s father at a charity football match

EastEnders’ Jacqueline Jossa joined her on-screen ex-dad Jake Wood for a charity football match at Lamex Stadium in Stevenage on Sunday.

The actress, 29, cut a chic figure in a printed mini dress as she took to the field carrying a £1,400 Balenciaga bag.

Jacqueline played Lauren Branning in the soap for nearly a decade until 2018, with Jake leaving the role of her father Max three years later.

Back together: Jacqueline Jossa, 29, joined her on-screen ex-dad Jake Wood, 50, for a charity football match at Lamex Stadium in Stevenage on Sunday

The brunette beauty paired her chic look with a black jacket and slipped her feet in a pair of suede cowboy boots.

She opted for a simple palette of make-up while her dark locks fell just past her shoulders.

Meanwhile, Jake, 50, donned a black soccer kit and chatted with his former teammate before the game.

Their characters faced a lot of drama during their time on the soap from Lauren which exposed Max’s relationship with his daughter-in-law Stacey (Lacey Turner) to her struggles with alcoholism.

Chic: the actress cut a chic figure in a printed mini dress

Swanky: I took to the pitch with a £1,400 Balenciaga bag

Chic: The actress cut a chic figure in a printed mini dress as she headed to the court carrying a £1,400 Balenciaga bag.

Player: Meanwhile, Jake donned a black soccer kit and spoke with his ex-star before the match

Player: Meanwhile, Jake donned a black soccer kit and spoke with his ex-star before the match

Co-stars: Jacqueline played Lauren Branning on the soap for nearly a decade until 2018, with Jake leaving the role of her father Max three years later (pictured together on the show)

Co-stars: Jacqueline played Lauren Branning on the soap for nearly a decade until 2018, with Jake leaving the role of her father Max three years later (pictured together on the show)

Sellebrity Soccer organizes charity football matches across the country from small stadiums to the Premier League stadium.

Sunday helped raise money for the Hugh’s Army charity and featured other famous players including Love Island’s Billy Brown and influencers Woody & Kleiny.

It comes after MailOnline revealed that Jacqueline made £1.28m in profit in just 16 months after admitting she had to sell her home due to financial difficulties.

Glitter: She opted for a simple palette of makeup while her dark tresses fell just past her shoulders

Glitter: She opted for a simple palette of makeup while her dark tresses fell just past her shoulders

Fan: The stunner watched the match from the podium and cheered for her boyfriend Jake

Fan: The stunner watched the match from the podium and cheered for her boyfriend Jake

She revealed earlier this year that she ‘suffered with money’ after dropping out of the series in 2018.

But Jacqueline made a net profit of nearly £1.3 million in the 16 months leading up to December 31, 2021, according to calculations by performing arts company EMG Entertainment.

The figures showed the company boasted of current assets of £1,171,513 and fixed assets of £115,686 – totaling a whopping £1,287,199.

The company also listed invoices amounting to £367,038, bringing its total funds down to £920,161, according to documents at Companies House.

Making money: It comes after MailOnline revealed that Jacqueline made £1.28m in profit in just 16 months after admitting she had to sell her home due to financial difficulties.

Making money: It comes after MailOnline revealed that Jacqueline made £1.28m in profit in just 16 months after admitting she had to sell her home due to financial difficulties.

It is not known how much Jacqueline paid herself out of the total earnings.

MailOnline contacted Jacqueline’s representatives for comment.

Jacqueline has been renovating her £1.2m Essex mansion with husband Dan Osborne, after she paid for the six-bedroom home last year.

It comes after Jacqueline revealed that she was forced to sell her old home after her ‘struggle with money’ following her exit from EastEnders in 2018.

Earlier this year, she admitted that she wasn’t “embarrassed or shy” to share her financial problems, because she got some “amazing opportunities” after working on I’m a Celebrity the following year.

Jobbing Actress: She revealed earlier this year that she

Jobbing Actress: She revealed earlier this year that she “struggled with money” after dropping out of the series in 2018

Talking to Sam and Billy Fires on their podcast Sam and Billy ShowJacqueline explained that it came as a huge shock to her when she lost her fixed salary by leaving EastEnders.

Jacqueline said: ‘You’re right about the crowd. I’ve been at EastEnders for eight years where you get a fixed paycheck every week.

It was a paycheck and I didn’t have to do anything else. It was my comfort blanket, that’s what I knew. Then it was not.

“There is nothing for me like maternity pay, so when I had kids I had to leave and do magazine covers to earn money to feed my kids.”

Family: Jacqueline, who shares daughters Ella, seven, and Mia, three with TOWIE star Dan, moved into her 'forever home' last year

Family: Jacqueline, who shares daughters Ella, seven, and Mia, three with TOWIE star Dan, moved into her ‘forever home’ last year