Strictly Come Dancing's Dianne Buswell has shared some exciting family news, revealing that her brother is expecting a second baby.
The 34 year old dance professional is already an aunt to two year old Zofia, the daughter of Dianne's 40 year old brother Andrew Buswell and his fiancee Melissa Lejman.
According to The Mirror Dianne helped spread the happy news on social media, sharing photos and an announcement from her brother and his wife-to-be. She expressed her excitement about becoming an aunt again and looking forward to seeing her brother's family grow.
Andrew and Mel shared ultrasound scans alongside their excited two year old daughter, Zofia.
They wrote: "This is how excited Zofia is to become a big sister in May 2024 .. our little bee hive is growing and we are Buzzing with excitement."
Dianne responded to the post, writing: "soooooo excited big sis zosha."
She also shared the images on her Instagram Stories, adding her own message. She wrote: "I can't deal… you're going to be the best big sis! And I'm gonna be an aunty to another beautiful niece or nephew. Congrats."
Dianne's happy news comes as she marks five years with her YouTube star boyfriend Joe Sugg.
This year, Dianne is paired with 20 year old EastEnders actor Bobby Brazier – who has confessed he has "fallen in love" with her.
Their close work life has sparked speculation about the state of Dianne and Joe's romance – but Dianne has utilised social media to hit back at the speculation. She recently shared an image of her and Joe preparing dinner together, alongside a gushing statement reading: "Joe you are the best roaster of the potato the world's ever seen, I love you so much more than I even did before!"
Dianne has expressed her desire to have a family with Joe in the future. During a Q&A session on social media earlier this year, she responded to a fan's question about having children.
In response to the query about her and Joe starting a family, Dianne admitted that for now, she's content being an aunt. She shared: "We love being aunt and uncle for our beautiful nieces and nephew for now, but yes one day we would love it."
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