Strictly's Sara Davies bursts into tears as she's surprised with her cousin's new baby in video message

Sara Davies has been reduced to tears on Strictly Come Dancing after being surprised by her cousin’s new baby.

The Dragons Den millionaire came off the dancefloor to a lovely surprise from her family across the world.

A video message played from her Aunt and Uncle and cousins – and their new baby.

“Hi Sara, Auntie Lynne here and all your family in New Zealand,” she said. 

“We miss you so much and we’ve been watching your Strictly journey every step of the way and we’re so proud of you. 

“You’re doing us so proud. You’re in a fantastic team with Alijaz so you just keep doing what you’re doing. 

“All the way from New Zealand we wish you all the love in the world.”

Sara was overcome with emotion and revealed why.

“I’ve never even met the baby,” she said as she wiped away a tear.

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Viewers were emotional for her.

One wrote: “Sara’s family [crying emoji] #Strictly”

Another added: “Aw the BABY giving cries for Sara #Strictly”

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Sara’s score of 32 put her slap bang in the middle of the leaderboard, which was topped by Rhys Stephenson’s perfect score.

The BBC presenter performed a lively Charleston with flips, lifts and kicks with his professional partner Nancy Xu to The Charleston by Bob Wilson and his Varsity Rhythm Boys.

Head judge Shirley Ballas said she wanted to join Stephenson on the dancefloor, adding: "I've never ever seen a Charleston like that and the choreography was astounding."

Motsi Mabuse added: "This has to be the Charleston of the season, up until now that is the best Charleston we've seen. Light on your feet, authentic, energy, and it had this kind of entertainment."

Notoriously strict Craig Revel Horwood also praised the presenter, simply commenting: "Amazing."

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