Dianne Buswell and Joe Sugg want to have kids 'one day'

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Dianne Buswell and Joe Sugg want to have kids one day credit:Bang Showbiz
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Dianne Buswell says it's her and partner Joe Sugg's "dream" to start a family "one day".

The 'Strictly Come Dancing' professional and the 30-year-old YouTuber's relationship has been going from strength to strength, and the 32-year-old dancer has revealed having kids is in their future.

Speaking to the December 2021 issue of Women's Health UK - of which she is the cover star - Dianne spilled: "Joe is the most supportive person … 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 pair found love while competing on the 2018 series of the BBC One Latin and ballroom contest.

Elsewhere, Dianne admitted it was a relief that "no damage" was done to Robert Webb's heart, after they were forced to pull out of this year's competition early, due to his condition.

She said: "[Robert's] health is obviously the most important thing in all this. I'm just glad that it was caught in time so there's no damage to his heart."

And the red-haired choregrapher explained how she deals with sadness by riding the waves of emotion.

She shared: "When I have a difficult [situation] come up, I allow myself to feel that [emotion]. I think that it's really important not to override the feeling of: you know, I'm really disappointed; I was loving dancing with Robert; I am feeling quite sad about that.

"Instead of just brushing that off, I allow myself to have those days to really feel what I am feeling and then, once I have got that sadness out of me, then I'm like: 'okay, now it's time to look at what else I can do with this time'."

Read the full Dianne Buswell interview in the December issue of Women's Health UK, on sale from 23rd November 2021, also available as a digital edition via womenshealthmag.com/uk/diannebuswell.

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