Dan Walker leaves Strictly viewers in tears with touching tribute to his wife

DAN Walker gushed over his wife in a beautiful tribute to his family during Strictly Come Dancing.

Dan, 44, has been dazzling the judges on the Strictly floor for the past few weeks alongside professional dancer Nadiya Bychkova.

But it was his beautiful words for wife Sarah that had Strictly viewers in tears.

The BBC presenter opened the show dancing the Viennese Waltz to Billy Joel’s She’s Always a Woman – one of Sarah's favourite songs.

Dan and Sarah met while they were students at Sheffield University, and are now married with three kids.

Sarah brought the children and family dog to the training room to watch her husband and Nadiya rehearse.

She then sat live in the studio to watch the dancers wow the judges and get a 7s across the board, with a total score of 28.

After getting their scores Dan and Nadiya headed upstairs to chat to host Claudia Winklemann and it was there, he gushed about his wife.

“Sarah thankfully is here tonight, you saw her come to training this week. I’m going to gush over her for the moment," he said.

“She is one of those people, the more you know her, the more you love her and I’ve known her and loved her for over half my life.”

He added: “She’s absolutely amazing, she’s a special person and I love her to bits and I hope she enjoyed that.”

Nadiya also gushed over Sarah and her partner Dan because she could feel 'free to dance'.

Fans loved the touching moment and took to Twitter to praise Dan.


Another added: “Dan what a beautiful thing to say about your wife #Strictly ”.

And a third commented: “OMG, Dan Walker has such an ADORABLE family, he loves his wife and isn't afraid to say so on national TV and he can waltz! Just the sort of heartwarming stuff we all need at the moment. Also, cute doggo! #Strictly2021#Strictly ”.

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