Strictly Come Dancing’s Janette Manrara And Aljaz Skorjanec Will Definitely Invite Peter Andre To Their Wedding

Strictly Come Dancing professionals Janette Manrara and Aljaz Skorjanec have been discussing their wedding plans, revealing that Janette’s celebrity dancing partner Peter Andre and his wife Emily MacDonagh will DEFINITELY get an invite.


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The two got engaged in August and have been revealing some of their plans for their big day, with Janette telling OK! Magazine: “Pete and his wife Emily are definitely invited to come. I will 100 per cent keep in touch with Pete! He and Emily are incredible people. We will finally be able to have our long-awaited dinner.”

She also spoke about their first dance plans, explaining: “I highly doubt that we will do a show-stopping dance as our first dance.”

Aljaz added that their big day will be ‘relaxed’ and that they ‘aren’t planning to do some sort of exhibition dance’ because they ‘aren’t show-offs in any way’.


Janette and Aljaz will definitely be inviting Peter and Emily to their wedidng. Copyright [BBC/Supplied By WENN]

Aljaz first proposed to Janette at Dance Attic in London, where they first met, but actually surprised her with an engagement ring AGAIN on a separate occasion after it had been adjusted to fit.

After first presenting her with the ring, Janette had to wait 14 weeks for the stones to be removed and put on a smaller band.

However, Aljaz decided to plan a second surprise to give his fiancée her new ring.

Describing the moment he presented her with the jewellery again, Janette said: “I was in my pyjamas and we were ready to go to bed. Aljaz brought out the box and I just started crying.


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“We just knew we loved each other that much that we knew it was forever.”


To read their full interview, grab this week’s OK! magazine, which is out NOW.

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