Aljaz Skorjanec is on cloud nine after receiving an early birthday present from wife Janette Manrara.
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The Slovenian dancer took to Instagram Stories to share the exciting news and posted a boomerang of himself opening a PlayStation 5 box.
"Got my early birthday present from Janette. Could not love you more right now!!!" he wrote across it. He later shared a picture of himself admiring his gift and added: "Love at first sight."
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Janette was quick to react to the gushing posts her husband of three years had shared and reposted the clip, writing: "Early birthday present for a VERY happy Slovenian! Someone is getting some serious wife brownie points!"
Friends and fans were quick to react, with Aljaz's former Strictly partner Clara Amfo commenting: "Finally!! Delighted for you!"
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"Look at it!! I think I know where you are going to be for the next couple of months!! Sofa!!" said a fan, whilst friend Gorka Marquez clearly agreed. "See you next year then!?" he joked.
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A fourth added: "At last! Someone's a happy boy!"
Aljaz's early birthday surprise comes just days after he was almost reduced to tears during an emotional reunion with his family via a video link on Morning Live.
The 30-year-old was in utter shock when he saw his loved ones appear on the television screen behind host Gethin Jones.
The pro dancer, who had sent his family a message in Slovenian prior to the unveiling, was surprised to see both his parents and his sister Lara with her husband.
"It's a year since we last hugged or kissed and I can't wait to hug you again," his sister Lara told him, before adding: "We are missing you so much and love you and can't wait to hug you."
An emotional Aljaz replied with: "Awww," before he spoke directly to the camera in his native Slovenian.