Strictly Come Dancing star Karen Clifton’s new boyfriend David Webb has shared the couple’s first Valentine’s Day selfie collectively – and it is cute.
After months of holding their new romance underwraps, Strictly Come Dancing‘s Karen Clifton made her first public look with boyfriend David Webb earlier this week. The pair then took issues to the subsequent degree on Thursday, by sharing their first Valentine’s Day selfie collectively. David uploaded the cute snap of the pair onto his Instagram Tales, together with the straightforward caption: “LOVE.” Karen regarded blissfully blissful within the picture, as she closed her eyes whereas laughing and gently stroking the aspect of David’s face. Karen then shared a brief video of the steak and wine meal that the couple had been having fun with collectively. She adorned the clip with pink love hearts after importing it to her personal Instagram Tales.
Karen has been reunited with David correctly after spending the beginning of the yr on the Strictly Dwell! tour. On Tuesday night, they stepped out collectively for a visit to the theatre for the press opening evening of latest stage present Rip It Up. The general public look got here after they had been first pictured collectively final yr. Karen and David spent Christmas collectively in New York, and have been extra open with their relationship ever since.
In the meantime, Karen’s ex-husband Kevin Clifton spent Valentine’s Day doing what he loves most – acting on stage as Stacee Jaxx within the stage manufacturing Rock of Ages. His sister Joanne – a fellow Strictly alumni – just lately opened up about how being on stage is making Kevin ‘happier’. She stated: “He [Kevin] stated he noticed the trail that I took once I left Strictly and noticed how blissful I used to be on the stage and stated he desires to really feel that happiness.” Joanne added: “He noticed how blissful I used to be and was like, ‘Oh I wish to be that blissful too!'”
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