Strictlys Janette Manrara says goodbyes are always hard in tough announcement

Strictly Come Dancing star Janette Manrara has shared an emotional family announcement with her followers.

The professional dancer has taken to Instagram to share a snap of her husband Aljaz Skorjanec's family with their baby Lyra before they left to return home.

The couple welcomed their first child last month and have been introducing the new addition to their nearest and dearest in recent weeks.

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Janette wrote: "It was so wonderful to have @aljazskorjanec family over for the week. Again, highly spoiled by them!

"They cooked delicious meals everyday and helped us so much around the house, and of course gave Lyra all the cuddles in the world.

"Goodbyes are always hard, but as we always say to our families 'quality over quantity' for us.

"Special memories made that will last forever."

In a seperate update, the It Takes Two presenter penned: ""We had an amazing first aid lesson today w/ Sian from @daisyfirstaidstockport ( @daisyfirstaid ). Such an informative session!

"@aljazskorjanec felt that it was important to be prepared for those moments that we all dread, but need to be ready for.

"Knowing what to do in case of an emergency could mean the difference between saving Lyra’s life or not.

"We jumped at the idea of knowing there was something we could do as parents to help.

"They have group lessons and private lessons as well, and Sian is an absolute expert in her field.

"As parents, just knowing what to expect and what we could do, already helps our anxiety levels drop.

"Aljaz and I cannot recommend this enough."

After sharing the news with fans, one of Janette's followers replied: "My daughter only saw her sets of grandparents every six months until she was 5 years old.

"My mum used to record herself reading storybooks and send those which meant whenever visited she always had to do story time.

" Lovely way to stay connected to her grand daughter."

Another added: "You're both so fortunate to have wonderful families. Little Lyra has such an amazing future to look forward to.

A third person agreed: "I love what you said 'quality over quantity' my son and his family emigrated to Australia 12 years ago and although we miss them so much, when we visit them, the time we spend together is so precious."

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