Strictly’s Dianne Buswell shares plans to start a family with Joe Sugg

Strictly Come Dancing’s Dianne Buswell sees herself starting a family with boyfriend Joe Sugg now that the couple have moved into their first home together.

The 32-year-old looks vibrant in a white crop top and leggings on the latest cover of Women’s Health magazine as she explained how she feels about Joe and herself becoming parents in the future.

“Joe is the most supportive person,” Dianne said.

"I'd love to have a family one day, and I know Joe would love a family too. That would be our dream one day."

The loving couple met after Joe appeared as a contestant and dance partner to Dianne on the 2018 series of Strictly, and the pair moved into a flat together eight months later.

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This year, Dianne and Joe took the biggest leap so far in their relationship and bought their first home, sharing the news on Instagram with a snap of Dianne leaping up on Joe in a large grassy field in front of their new residence.

The professional dancer expected to be busy this autumn season appearing on Strictly, however her time on the series came to an abrupt end when her partner Robert Webbwithdrew after falling ill.

“Two years ago I had open heart surgery and although I believed I was fit enough to take on Strictly and its demanding schedule, it became clear that I had bitten off way more than I could chew for this stage in my recovery,” the comedian said in a statement.

“I had begun to feel symptoms that led me to seek an urgent consultation with my heart specialist, and it was her view that it would be better for the sake of my health to step back from the show.”

Since leaving the show last month, Dianne has had more time to focus on getting her new house together with boyfriend Joe as they enjoy their exciting big chapter as a couple.

With more down time, maybe now the pair will have a chance to put more focus on their family plans also.

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