Emotional Dan Osborne is a proud dad as his youngest child Mia starts pre-school and he says he's 'truly blessed'

PROUD Dan Osborne confessed he felt emotional today as his daughter Mia started pre-school.

The ex Towie hunk, 29, took to Instagram to share photos of the excited youngster in her uniform as he declared he was "truly blessed".

Reality TV star Dan – who also shares daughter Ella, six, with I'm A Celeb winner Jacqueline Jossa and a son Teddy, seven, with his ex Megan Tomlin –shared his amazement at how quickly time has passed since the little girl was born in 2018.

He said: "HOW?! Our baby girl, my youngest, my little Mia moo has started Pre school today ?

"She has had half of her life stuck indoors, so she is just sooo excited to start school & make friends! Go have an amazing first day baby, I’m so proud of you & can’t wait to pick you up already ❤️

"I can not put into words how lucky I feel to have my 3 babies! Truly bless ?? Just the best! ❤️"

Later, the celeb updated his fans on Mia's first day and said he "loved" every minute of it.

The protective dad was forced to hit out at Instagram trolls last week after seeing horrible and abusive messages about his kids beneath Jacqueline's photos.

The upset mum had shared screenshots of people saying their kids looked "ill".

And Dan raged said on his Instagram: "Hello everyone, just watching Jac's story and she's saying about trolls. Obviously I don't see things like that, I don't look for things like that.

"I've grown thick skin to say the least over the years with having trolls and media stories. It does affect people, and it's not just us. Obviously there's loads of people that get trolled and it shouldn't be allowed.

"People should have an ID check before they make accounts. Because they're just fake accounts.

"You're just pathetic sad people. Beyond me. I don't let it get to me but it does get to some people. So just, p*** off.

"And talking about people's kids – my kids, obviously over a keyboard you feel tough. But if anyone said that to my face I would probably punch their head in. So you have to do it over a keyboard, don't you? But yeah, just get a life."

It comes after Jacqueline shared a series of messages about the trolling she's faced online.

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