STACEY Dooley and Kevin Clifton looked cosy as they were pictured together for the first time since confirming their relationship.
Documentary maker Stacey, 32, dumped boyfriend Sam Tucknott for Kevin, 36, after the pair won the BBC show last year.
The pair were seen grabbing a coffee and sharing a laugh as they strolled through London over the weekend.
Stacey jetted off the Canada shortly after The Sun revealed they were an item to work on a new documentary and then headed to Portugal for a short break.
Kevin looked delighted that she was now back as he has remained in the UK working on his Burn The Floor dance show.
Over the weekend Stacey was also spotted in the audience of his show and cheered her boyfriend as the he thanked her helping him become Strictly’s “reigning champion”.
It came shortly after she confirmed their relationship for the first time by sharing a picture of the pair cuddling on her Instagram account.
Stacey’s ex Sam branded Kevin an “absolute rat” after he discovered their relationship.
Sam claims he and Stacey had already agreed to split when he discovered she was dating Kevin, and says he "confronted her" when he saw the message.
He recalled: "I was getting my stuff to leave. Stacey was in the loo.
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"Her phone went and it was Kevin Clifton – 'I love you' with a red love heart.
"I grabbed the phone and confronted her. She said she'd tell me everything I needed to know."
Stacey hit back at his comments, writing on Twitter: "Anyone with any adult life experience knows there are 2 sides to every story.
"I haven’t got the time or energy to correct some of the utter nonsense I’ve read on here. (sic)"
But Stace insisted she only wishes "happiness and success" for Sam in the future.
She wrote: "Re Sam, I loved him v much and only wish him happiness and success going forward. (sic)
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