This is all kinds of adorable...
We all love a baby announcement, right?
Which is why we were SO excited when Strictly Come Dancing‘s fave professional dancer, Anton Du Beke (sorry, Brendan) announced he’d become a dad for the first time.
And it looks like the 50-year-old has got a lot of sleepless nights ahead of him as he’s welcomed not one, but two baby’s with his partner Hannah Summers, 41. Aw…
Taking to Instagram to share the amazing news on Thursday (30th March), Anton posted a picture of two tiny pairs of dancing shoes and a top hat and cane.
He added the caption: ‘Oh my! The little dancing feet have arrived. Mum and twins are perfect and dad is ridiculously excited!’
How adorable is that?
And we weren’t the only ones who were made up with the news and loads of Anton’s 19.9k followers were quick to congratulate the BBC star.
One wrote: ‘Congratulations to you both and happy birthday babies x’, and another added: ‘Delighted at your wonderful news..happy everyone is well..’
While a third joked: ‘Congratulations to you all. Time for you to start dad dancing and telling dad jokes’. LOL.
And they were’t the only ones as Strictly stars such as Ore Oduba, Denise Van Outen and Daisy Lowe all took to Twitter to congratulate their co-star.
The star previously revealed he was expecting both a girl AND a boy to join his little family, seemingly confirmed by the little pink and blue booties.
Speaking on Good Morning Britain, Anton joked: ‘We had our baby scan – we found out they are definitely babies. We’re going to have one of each.’
AW! However the Strictly veteran is going to have A LOT on his plate after it was revealed he could be in the running to replace Head Judge, Len Goodman in the newest series of the hit show.
According to The Sun Anton is undergoing a screen test to see how he will fit in on the new-look panel as a source said: ‘Everyone loves Anton and he has been one of the favourites for the job because of his seniority and for being on the show since it started.’
Looks like it’s going to be a VERY exciting (tiring) year for the star.