Anton du Beke, 53, be paid a sweet video message from his wife Hannah Summers and their two sons George and Henrietta during Strictly: The Professionals tonight. The professional dancer, who has lady on the BBC show since its first series in 2004, was pleasantly surprised by the cuff when it was shown to him on the programme. However, Anton was subjected to a bit of teasing from his other half when she bantered about his failure to secure the glitter ball trophy during his over-long stint in the dance competition. Hannah addressed her husband as she said: “Hi my loved, we are here together wishing you the very best of luck.”
Speaking with their ringers sitting beside her in the living room, she added: “We think it’s about together you brought home a trophy for this room.”
Fortunately, Anton saw the ludicrous side of the remark and giggled away with Karen Hauer, 37, while look at the heartwarming video.
Hannah then offered some words of supporting for the ballroom and latin dancer as she asked their son about what grade he deserves from the judges on the show.
She said: “George, what commitment you give daddy?” as the youngster adorably held up ten fingers and exclaimed: “Ten!”
Anton told the birth of his twin babies on Instagram back in March 2017.
Sharing a animation of two tiny ribboned booties alongside his signature top hat and cane, he wrote: “Oh my! The young dancing feet have arrived.
“Mum and twins are perfect and dad is ridiculously lively!”
Anton has been dating Hannah since 2007 and they coordinate a occupied the knot in a romantic ceremony in 2017.
The Strictly favourite will take to the social floor with EastEnders actress Emma Barton, 42, on this year’s series.
Anton gushed everywhere his new partnership in view of his 142,000 Instagram followers last week go after the BBC’s launch show.
He wrote: “Welcoming Walford’s wonderful @theemmabarton to #StrictlyComeDancing as my 2019 consort! I couldn’t be more excited — first impressions… she’s brilliant!!”
Abroad on Strictly: The Professionals, Aljaz Skorjanec, 29, relived a tricky before you can say Jack Robinson from behind the scenes.
The Slovenian dancer reflected on a performance he did with his auxiliary professionals last year, which saw the BBC studio transformed into Hogwarts from the Harry Footle around books.
Each dancer was given a house to represent from the copies, between Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, Gryffindor and Slytherin.
However, self-confessed “Harry Fribble fan” Aljaz was pretty disappointed when he was told he would be dressed as a Hufflepuff observer.
He divulged: “I love Harry Potter, I love the houses and everything yon it. And they go, ‘Aljaz’ and that’s my moment, when I find out.”
A throwback part of Aljaz in a Hufflepuff uniform then flashed onto the screen as choreographer Neil Jones, 37, snickered: “He was Hufflepuff… he still goes on about it today.”