As she updates on her romance with Joe Sugg, Dianne Buswell reveals she’s ‘getting broody.’
In a baby update with Joe Sugg, DIANNE BUSWELL said she’s “feeling broody.”
Dianne Buswell, 32, of Strictly Come Dancing, has spoken up to her followers about how she’s been left “feeling broody.” After she and her partner Joe Sugg, 29, received some recent baby news, the dancer announced the news.
The dancer was asked about her pregnancy plans on Instagram earlier today.
Dianne made the announcement while sharing a video of her infant niece Zofia.
“Are you getting broody with all these babies arriving?” an admirer inquired.
“I have to say yes,” the dancer said.
“Hahah, I simply adore children!”
“How can I not see this little angel?” she added.
Dianne has become an aunt twice in the last week, as she shared her baby news with her admirers.
Dianne rushed to Instagram yesterday to wish Zoe Sugg and Alfie Deyes a happy new year.
The baby, named Ottilie Rue Deyes, was born on August 29.
She captioned a photo of the gorgeous little child, “What an angel @zoesugg @alfiedeyes.”
She also posted a photo of Ottilie and her other niece, Zofia, who were born a week apart.
“Joe and I are very happy to have these gorgeous nieces,” Dianne wrote.
“I can’t wait for them to meet one day,” says the author.
The Strictly dancer also provided another update on her relationship with Joe.
A fan inquired if she will be able to see Joe on his birthday.
“I absolutely will, I can’t wait,” she replied.
Dianne and her partner Joe have been dating since they met on Strictly Come Dancing in 2018.
In December of that year, the couple confirmed their relationship with a lovely Instagram photo.
“I may not have won the glitter ball, but I’ve won something a million times more special,” Joe wrote with a photo of them looking at each other.
Joe and Dianne also revealed the newest step of their love in February when they revealed they had purchased their first home together.
The couple announced the news on Instagram, posing next to their new garden.
“Little life update,” Joe captioned his photo. (In the making of this shot, no emerging daffodils were harmed.)”