Strictly’s Tilly Ramsay and Nikita Kuzmin all-smiles as she wows in black leather mini skirt

Tilly Ramsay and her professional dance partner Nikita Kuzmin were spotted grinning ear-to-ear as they left It Takes Two together on Wednesday.

The Strictly Come Dancing duo had changed into their casual clothes as they appeared very happy and giggly walking together out of the studio.

Tilly, 19, showed off her stunning pins in a short black leather mini skirt, teaming it with black tights and a matching casual top.

The CBBC star then finished her look with an oversized red patterned plaid jacket.

With a duffle bag over one arm and a brown paper bag in another, Tilly wore her blonde locks loose and had a facemask over her mouth.

She also slipped into black heeled boots as she emerged from the show.

Meanwhile, 23 year old Nikita looked smart in a mink grey winter coat as he was pictured gazing at his celebrity partner.

It comes as Tilly's famous dad Gordon Ramsay is said to have officially "welcomed" this year's new Strictly pro to the family.

A source exclusively told OK! that the celebrity chef is a big fan of dancer Nikita and is happy to have him take part in group family occasions.

"She’s doing such a great job on Strictly," the insider said. "She’s really enjoying the show and she and Nikita are getting on so well together.

"There’s real chemistry between them."

The source added that Gordon "loves him too", and has "welcomed him into the family".

It comes as Tilly spoke out against LBC radio presenter Steve Allen after he called her a "chubby little thing" live on his show.

The university student wrote an impassioned post saying she draws the line on comments about her weight and appearance, despite growing up in the limelight her whole life.

Gordon also shared his thoughts about the presenter's comments and said he was very "proud" of his daughter for standing up for herself and her values.

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