Joe Sugg and Dianne Buswell have been apart for weeks as she went to visit family Down Under (Picture: Instagram/joe_sugg)
Strictly Come Dancing star Dianne Buswell has reunited with boyfriend Joe Sugg after her trip home to Australia.
The dancer flew Down Under last month to visit family who she hadn’t been able to see for some time during the pandemic.
After weeks apart the couple revealed they were finally back together on Monday as the YouTube star welcomed her home with a hug.
Joe, who met Dianne when they were paired up on Strictly in 2018, posted a picture on his Instagram Stories of them cosied up together at home.
The 31-year-old dancer, complete with fantastic new orange hair – rested her head on Joe’s chest for loved up selfie.
Joe referenced England’s defeat at the Euro 2020 final on Sunday with the caption: ‘Football may not have come home but this little ball of jetlag did.’
Dianne and Joe were finally reunited this week (Picture: Instagram)
Dianne shared that she treated her 29-year-old boyfriend to his favourite tea after the exhausting trip.
Snapping a photo of Joe gazing at a sandwich on a plate the dancer said: ‘She’s back…made him his fav’.
She shared her journey to Australia with fans on Instagram, starting with the day she completed quarantine at a hotel.
Lucky Joe got a snack made for him (Picture: Instagram)
Dianne was over the moon to be able to catch up with her nearest and dearest, telling followers: ‘This makes the 14 days soooooo worth it. I feel so blessed and so loved I could burst. I’m home.’
The pandemic has not been easy for the couple, like many others, as they were forced to cancel their joint tour.
The duo were set to hit the road together in 2020, but were forced to postpone their planned tour and reschedule for 2021.
However as restrictions remained in place in the UK Joe and Dianne were forced to call the whole thing off completely.
They did kick off the year with a huge life update as in February they told fans they had bought a house together, teasing there were ‘new adventures’ in store for them.
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