Strictly Come Dancing star Aljaz Skorjanec had the most emotional reunion with his family, who he hasn’t seen in two years.
The pro dancer, and his wife Janette Manrara, who hosts Strictly spin-off show It Takes Two, headed to Slovenia to spend Christmas with the Skorjanecs.
Aljaz’s family met them in the airport, with Janette, 38, filming the sweet moment he got to hug his loved ones after so long.
‘We made it,’ Janette wrote, adding: ‘2 years and a baby niece later but cuddles and love all around for the next few weeks.’
She went on to share adorable videos of Aljaz spending time with the youngest members of his family, playing with them and reading to them – and we cannot handle it in the slightest.
Aljaz, 31, shared clips of his own, including his family’s glorious cooking, which he was clearly savouring.
Janette and Aljaz have been together since 2009, tying the knot in 2017.
In 2015, Aljaz popped the question, surprising Janette by taking her back to the dance studios where they first met.
While Janette has been focusing on her new presenting gig after taking over from Zoe Ball as host of It Takes Two, she recently returned to the dance floor for a gorgeous performance with her husband to Ed Sheeran’s Bad Habits.
The moment clearly meant a lot to both of them, with Aljaz writing on Instagram: ‘I have missed dancing with my @jmanrara this year. The most beautifully expressive and emotional dancer that I have ever seen just happens to be my Bucka.
‘Watching her excel on ITT has made me the proudest I’ve ever been of her but getting her back into my arms to dance with @teddysphotos was MAGICAL!’
Janette added: ‘I missed dancing w/ him more then I can ever explain. He is my everything and the bond that dance has given us is inexplicable. I loved every second of it, and I love you my Bučko ❤️.’
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