The actress recently filmed her final scenes as science teacher Sian Diamond, but will remain on screen until 2013 as the BBC One drama films so far in advance.
Speaking on Daybreak this morning (October 10), Jacobs admitted that it was sad to say goodbye to her colleagues after more than a year at the programme.
Pictured: Jaye Jacobs on Daybreak.
Jacobs commented: "Top of next year is when [my departure] airs, but I left two weeks ago. It is sad - I've been there for quite a long time now so you get quite close to everyone."
She continued: "I haven't actually seen my husband much since we got married in May, so it's really great to be back and finally go on honeymoon!
"I'm going to be a wife and practise my cooking skills for a little bit, and see what happens. He's been really taking care of me, because I have been working non-stop."
The 30-year-old confirmed that she will take away fond memories of filming in Greenock, Scotland, where Waterloo Road is now based after leaving Rochdale.
She said: "It was great, actually. Greenock is quite a special place, it's very beautiful to look at. Not a lot of shops, though - that was the good thing about Manchester! [But] I had some good nights out in Glasgow. We'd all go out en masse to Glasgow."
Waterloo Road airs on Thursdays at 8pm on BBC One.