James and Ola Jordan have given us that Friday feeling after sharing the most adorable video of their daughter Ella walking.
The former Strictly stars – who will celebrate Ella's first birthday in February – sounded like insanely proud parents as James filmed Ola guiding their little girl around the house.
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Ella certainly appeared to have a spring in her step as she marched confidently along the hallway, with a little help from her doting mum.
WATCH: James and Ola's daughter walking is the cutest!
James could be heard in the Instagram clip sharing encouraging words to his young daughter, saying: "Go faster… Ella run."
James and Ola welcomed little Ella in February 2020 after a three-year IVF battle.
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James and Ola will celebrate Ella's first birthday in February
Revealing their glee at becoming parents in an exclusive interview with HELLO!, Ola said at the time: "It’s been amazing and overwhelming at the same time. We’ve wanted this for so long. We had a lovely life, but this is making us feel so much happier than anything else we have done. Nothing in our careers measures up to this. It feels perfect."
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James added: "It is all the more special because it’s something we never thought would happen. Our trophies and accolades fade into the background. This is the best moment of our lives, without a shadow of a doubt. Ola has given me the most precious gift. It’s totally changed the way I see the world."
The couple welcomed Ella after their first IVF attempt
James and Ola delighted fans in September 2019 when they announced in HELLO! that they were expecting a baby, with Ola admitting: "I still can't quite believe it."
The Polish dancer fell pregnant on the first round of IVF in June 2019, despite doctors only giving them a 50 per cent chance of being successful on their initial attempt.
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