Strictly's Janette Manrara and Aljaz are planning to have a baby – as dancer admits fears because 'her body is her job'

STRICTLY Come Dancing's Janette Manrara has revealed that she and husband Aljaz Skorjanec are planning to have a baby together after three years of marriage.

The pair have been together for 10 years in total, and the 37-year-old dancer admitted that she was scared to take the plunge into motherhood because "her body is her job".

However, after enduring 2020 Janette decided that there is no such thing as the "perfect time" to become a mum.

She explained: "We always wanted to have a baby, but 2020 has definitely made me say to myself: 'You know what, Janette, it's never going to be the perfect time but it's always going to be the right time'.

"As a woman who's a dancer, my body is my job so it's scary to make that decision about the perfect time to start a family.

"I always thought there would be a perfect month and year, but what 2020 has made me realise is that perfect time is never going to come along."

But Janette has no doubts about whether she and 30-year-old Aljaz are ready to be parents.

She gushed to Hello! magazine: "We're definitely ready to be parents so we will see when that moment comes – you can't plan it.

"We will be beside ourselves and Aljaz will be the best dad. He is such a wonderful man and I'm so lucky to have him."

Both stars are professional dancers on Strictly and the most recent series saw them forced apart as they isolated from each other so that they could train with their celebrity partners.

Aljaz was paired with DJ Clara Amfo, whereas Janette made it to the final with singer HRVY.

Janette previously told The Sun how excited she was to reunite with her hunky husband after the final.

When asked how they will celebrate their reunion, the cheeky beauty told us at the time: "Oh my gosh. I don't know if I'm allowed to say this publicly, put it that way!

"Let's just say we won't mind being in a lockdown, I'll tell you that. It's been a tough year in many ways but we'll make up for it!"

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