Anna Krolikowska, 27, reportedly expressed concerns that her husband was cheating on him by using prostitutes. Ms Krolikowska admitted to manslaughter on the basis of diminished responsibility, and possessing an offensive weapon.
Originally, the 27-year-old was charged with the murder of Adam Krolikowski, 32, on April 24.
But after consulting with police and the family of Mr Krolikowski, the guilty plea of manslaughter was accepted.
Following this, Ms Krolikowska was convicted to six years in prison at Hull Crown Court.
Richard Wright QC, prosecuting, told the court of how the couple were living together with children at the time in which the 32-year-old husband was stabbed.
Mr Wright said: “Their young children were present as were friends and family members.”
The QC continued: “During the party, a very significant amount of alcohol was consumed by those present.
“At least six full-sized bottles of vodka were shared by the six adults present and this included the defendant, who was extremely drunk.”
“She had been drinking since the morning.”
Following this, Ms Krolikowska pursued her husband while holding a knife.
She could be heard screaming: “I will kill you.”
Mr Wright said: “The fact remains that she armed herself with a knife, pursued the deceased with it and, when she caught up with him, stabbed him in the chest.
“Before she did so, she was calling the deceased a whore and a traitor.
“The deceased did not react to the abuse being shouted and did not offer any violence. His only action was defensive.”
The 32-year-old was taken to hospital following the attack from his wife.
However, despite best efforts from doctors to restart his heart, he sadly passed away.